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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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7TH WEBINAR: will explain the main SEC disclosure and financial statement requirements for ESG issues for SEC filers under Regulation S-K, including crucial accounting issues; the associated noncompliance liabilities for the C-Suite, the Board, and the External Auditor; compliance issues and strategies (Part 2); private equity ESG current developments and impacts; and current SEC enforcement initiatives and considerations (Part 1).
The IRS sent an informal notice of noncompliance in June 1993, with the formal notice of noncompliance sent in January 1994.
6038A-4, a noncompliance "penalty" may apply, which permits the Service to determine -- the RC's deduction for amounts paid of incurred to the related foreign party; and -- the RC's cost of any property acquired from, or transferred to, such a party.
With respect to BNB, the OCC also found a substantial number of instances of noncompliance with the Formal Agreement entered into in September 2003, although the OCC found that the Board's compliance committee had strengthened its supervision and oversight since the prior examination.
The article will highlight Med-eMonitor(TM), the company's web-based compliance-monitoring device, and the impact it has had in addressing medication noncompliance.
This is similar to the response for time spent dealing with noncompliance in this study.
GAO was asked to (1) describe sole proprietor losses and the extent to which the losses are noncompliant, (2) assess how well IRS addresses the noncompliance, and (3) identify any options to better limit noncompliant losses.
The revision included changes to the Interpretive Guidance and a new Investigative Protocol with guidelines for determining the scope and severity of a deficient practice when noncompliance with the requirement is found during a survey.
The organisation said that in the remaining 2% of the audits the carriers resolved the issues of noncompliance before the aircraft flew again.
of Georgia, Athens) discusses the issue of noncompliance with medications, compliance behavior, effects, and how pharmacists can influence patients, emphasizing how to improve and maintain compliant behavior.
The tax gap represents, in dollar terms, the annual amount of noncompliance with current tax laws.
Results from the COMPLy (Compliance, Modalities by Population, Lifestyle and Geography) survey show that noncompliance is a global phenomenon that varies widely among countries, and is associated with patient age, dosage regimen, and patient attitudes toward their physicians.