omissive


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o·mis·sive

 (ō-mĭs′ĭv)
adj.
Characterized by omission or omitting: omissive crimes; was omissive of responsibility.
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Adj.1.omissive - characterized by omissions; "omissive crimes"
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Actually, tax evasion is represented by the direct infringement, in mala fide, of the tax liabilities, both through omissive deeds (lack of bookkeeping etc.
Whenever there is a question about omissive or comissive behavior by an employee or an agency, an investigator's first move is to check the personnel files for fingerprint clearances and reporting law agreements.