noncomplying

noncomplying

(ˌnɒnkəmˈplaɪɪŋ)
n
the failure to comply; non-compliance
adj
failing to comply with a regulation
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Yusingco also assured that PEZA would adhere to COA suggestions that it should improve it collection and monitoring system, so as not to be disadvantaged by noncomplying developers and locators.
The BSP shall impose administrative sanctions and other penalties on the lending institutions if they are found to be noncomplying with the provisions of the law.
If the seller agrees, the work would be subject to approval by the city inspector, and noncomplying conditions would have to be corrected.
Noncomplying patients do not disclose exhaustive lists of contacts; as shown in this study, case-patients 4 and 5 were found to have frequent contact only through the second contact-tracing interview.
One example of such a prohibition can be found in the way that antitrust law generally precludes firms from entering into agreements with their competitors to conserve environmental resources through industry standards that incorporate price fixing or sanctions on noncomplying firms.
In 1828, because the act was unpopular and widely disobeyed, it was amended to empower public officials to evict noncomplying blacks.
against the most egregious, noncomplying claimants are effective, (2) it
Instead, it simply jammed the policy through by sending out a 'Dear Colleague' letter, including an explicit threat that noncomplying schools could lose federal funding."
Although the number of remaining healthy controls was more than 3 times higher than the number of IgAN patients in the study, it is possible that the noncomplying subjects differed somehow from the ones that continued in the study, introducing a source of bias for the results of our study.
Another option is to use the money generated from fines (elaborated upon in Stage Three) from noncomplying companies to subsidize the transitional costs.
"Inaccurate data on public sector non-concessional external debt had resulted in a noncomplying disbursement.
1989) (articulating a four-factor test that includes "whether the noncomplying party acted in bad faith" but no criteria regarding the public interest in resolving cases on the merits).