nonreceipt

nonreceipt

(ˌnɒnrɪˈsiːt)
n
(Commerce) formal failure to receive something
References in classic literature ?
"Finally one cannot impute the nonreceipt of our dispatch of November 18.
Generally, more adults with disabilities reported delayed or nonreceipt of medical care and prescription medications compared to other working age adults.
Our loss has widened to about ` 8,850.70 crore during 2011- 12 mainly due to regulatory expenses and nonreceipt of funds for rural landline operations.
Although the study could not evaluate the reasons for nonreceipt of HBV, the pattern is essentially the same as in mothers whose children have purposeful delays or who don't receive other recommended vaccines.
To determine the prevalence of flu vaccination in children with asthma and reasons for receipt and nonreceipt of the vaccine, they conducted a clinic-based study of 93 children and their parents in the fall of 2004.
nonreceipt of arbitration clause once company has presented evidence
As argued earlier, receiving fewer food stamps or nonreceipt of housing benefits did not necessarily promote shifts to autonomy or self-reliance.
106-386) requires the Secretary of Labor, in consultation with the Attorney General, to conduct a national study to identify State unemployment insurance laws that address the separation from employment due to circumstances resulting from domestic violence and the receipt (or nonreceipt) of unemployment compensation, and to report to the Congress the results of the study along with recommendations in October 2001.
In Gueron and Pauly (1991), for example, Program 1 offers AFDC, Program 2 offers welfare reform, Treatment 1 is the AFDC treatment, Treatment 2 is the welfare-reform treatment, and Treatment 3 is nonreceipt of welfare.
Many grievances over wages and pay - for example, grievances over the nonreceipt of overtime pay - are due to errors in payroll.
Figure 1 illustrates the five steps involved in the data collection process: (1) selection of 50 consumer packaged goods, (2) design and mailing of one consumer complaint letter and one praise letter to each manufacturer, (3) receipt or nonreceipt of manufacturers' responses, (4) evaluation of manufacturers' responses or nonresponses by 300 consumers, and (5) evaluation of objective characteristics of manufacturers' responses.
However, the statement cites several "unusual circumstances" in which disclosure of the use of estimates is necessary, including: death or illness of the taxpayer, nonreceipt of a K-1 for a flow-through entity, pending litigation (e.g., bankruptcy), or destruction of records due to fire or computer failure.