Non-Compliance


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Non-Compliance

The state of performing incomplete or poor quality work for pay. For example, suppose a video editor is hired to produce five 10-minute videos. If the client receives four two-minute videos, the video editor may be non-compliant with regard to the contract. Non-compliance may be actionable.
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Doctors say that the non-compliance issue happens more in the case of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease (CAD), hypertension and hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol) where medication and diet control are lifelong.
The NYSE suggests that the Company seriously consider implementation of a reverse stock split, which the Company received shareholder approval for at its annual general meeting on December 27, 2013, in order to effect a cure of its non-compliance within the appropriate timeframe and to avoid any future recurrence of non-compliance with the NYSE's share price standard.
All other willful non-compliance reasons other than speeding, intoxicants, fatigue, and training had only one or two occurrences and thus did not represent trends.
Sacks, the USDA spokesman, said the agency takes all non-compliances seriously.
Qaribabadi pointed out that the US non-compliance with its OPCW undertakings is "a flagrant violation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC)", and mentioned that the United States' case is due to be studied at the 16th annual conference of the OPCW member states in the Hague which will kick off work on November 28.
Walker, Ramsey and Gresham (2004) have summarized common elements of definitions of non-compliance: direct defiance, simple refusal, passive non-compliance (ignoring an adult's request), attempting to negotiate an alternative to the requested behaviour, failure to start a task within a given time, e.
Senior managers have since been identifying any non-compliance within their teams and are taking action to make sure any issues are rectified.
In addition, the lowest per capita non-compliance cost (with an average of $226) is said to be associated with organisations that conduct five or more audits, while the highest per capita non-compliance cost (average $1,275) is associated with organizations that do not conduct audits.
While the IVPI has not yet been established, an interim Web site is being created to receive and register complaints from appraisers and other entities on non-compliance with the HVCC.
In cases of clash of interests between EU and national politics, non-compliance is the outcome.
b) Member states having a discretion not to pursue minor cases of non-compliance if these would not otherwise trigger the minimum reduction.
In September, the Rubber Manufacturers Association urged the NHTSA to deny a petition for inconsequential non-compliance requested by Foreign Tire Sales, an importer of Chinese tires.