improper action

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improper action

n. acción incorrecta.
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In a statement on January 30, 2013, however, the Argentinean Foreign Ministry said Israel's demand for explanation over the agreement, described by Argentinean President Fernandez as "historic," was an "improper action that is strongly rejected".
But the CA said that under the Ombudsman Act of 1989, the Office of the Ombudsman can investigate and prosecute on its own, or on complaint by any person, any illegal or improper action of any public officer or employee.
"I consider it an improper action by the Canadians and illogical," he said.
Russell filed another Open Meeting Law complaint, alleging that selectmen took improper action during executive session at their April 22 meeting.
(Often a refund is promised by a perpetrator claiming to represent the government, and improper action is only discovered after the taxpayer has submitted personal information--long after the scam artist has collected monies and is no longer around.) One of the best precautions that taxpayers can take to avoid this problem with Social Security--related schemes is to engage a reputable tax professional, such as a CPA or tax attorney, to guide them.
"What those courts have focused on is that there is a requirement that there be an intent to defraud in connection with the access or improper action in question," says Hahn Loeser Partner John Marsh, who speculates that the circuit split may ultimately send the case to the Supreme Court.
The family this week received a letter from intelligence oversight chief Lord Carlisle who looked into MI5 involvement in the murder in which he stated: "No inappropriate or improper action took place."
Further, failure of the nurse to recognize that there is a difference in how to provide respiratory support and patient management for an accidental decannulation in a tracheotomy patient with an unobstructed versus an obstructed airway may lead to patient death due to improper action on the part of the nurse.
The National Labor Relations Board has dismissed an unfair labor charge filed by the Santa Barbara (Calif.) News-Press against its newsroom union, which had claimed the union's boycott of the paper represented an improper action.
One way of dealing with this is to classify client separations as "good," those in which the buyer is not at fault and which don't reduce the purchase price, and "bad," in which the client separation is the result of some improper action by the buyer, such as significant fee increases or mistakes, and which do reduce the purchase price.
Yet although it found no improper action by Annan, it clearly faulted the secretarygeneral's management of the world body and his oversight of the scandal-ridden oil-for-food programme in Saddam Hussein's Iraq.