unagreed

unagreed

(ˌʌnəˈɡriːd)
adj
lacking agreement or accord; not agreed
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Tip: Although you usually need to wait until all issues that were raised for the refund year (or group of tax years in a multiyear case) have been resolved, you may be able to obtain JCT review of a minimum refund prior to resolution of certain unagreed issues, if you are entitled to that refund regardless of the outcome of the unagreed issues and it will take substantial time to resolve those outstanding unagreed issues.
NEWCASTLE United's future recruitment plans will be affected by Brexit once new, and as of yet unagreed, rules on European Union imports into the Premier League are enforced.
The Kyrgyz side warned the Tajik side about unacceptability of solving matters this way, said the Tajik border guards entered the unagreed border area illegally and asked them to leave.
These agents can close cases as "unagreed," which means those cases will move on to the IRS Appeals Division for settlement discussions or to IRS or DOJ lawyers for litigation on the merits.
(368) A nonconsent requirement, although preferable to proof of resistance or force, may render permissible sex which is unagreed to, acquiesced to, or pursued with persons that are silent and/or frozen in fear.
A still unagreed clause seeks to explain the clause on Islamic law in terms of Sunni Muslim jurisprudence, the report said.
The taxpayer does not respond to, or file a valid protest to, a 30-day letter (a preliminary notice of unagreed deficiency that gives the taxpayer an opportunity to request an administrative review by the IRS's Office of Appeals); or
But the real meat--detail on politically painful commitments to cut emissions--still remains unknown and unagreed. Exactly how much emissions will need to be cut and will be cut was not settled at Copenhagen.
"It is the last resort and we don't have to take any future action, but we will stop the strikes if Royal Mail sit down and stop implementing unagreed changes and agree to reach a settlement."
Management have been attacking and bullying our members through unagreed, often unworkable, changes.