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violation

Something prohibited by law.
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In the survey, commercial buildings in F series of the sectors were found involved in violations of the by-laws more than other sectors .
PJS president, Nasser Abu Baker focused in his opening speech on the dramatic increase in the number and nature of these violations, he also mentioned that the FAJ will gather today in Cairo to discuss the Palestinian situation.
Of those stopped 33 people were members of the armed forces who were stopped for various violations and fined.
com has been the only online resource for on-demand downloads of violation copies--copies that were previously only available through in-person requests at City agency offices.
In response to the crane tip-over incident, FBP implemented comprehensive corrective actions that address its own findings and the violations cited in the PNOV.
The results for production costs suggest an increase in abnormal production costs in the quarter of the violation and a subsequent reversal (decrease) in abnormal production costs in the quarter following the violation.
A person convinced that a traffic violation is wrongly registered in his or her name, or feeling that there is a error in the kind of offence mentioned, can also request a review of the violation.
When the covered entity or business associate is unaware of the violation and would not have known of the violation by exercising reasonable due diligence, a civil penalty of $100 to $50,000 per violation could be distributed.
Our partnership with Code Violation Services will help banks, asset managers and other parties find and resolve current violations, as well as work proactively to prevent new ones.
All of the violations were against the haulers, not the landfill, DEP said.
It is difficult, however, for them to determine the seriousness of the violation, the risk posed, and the risk or results compared to other restaurants (Almanza, Nelson, & Lee, 2003).
Should the EPA prevail in court, Cemex could face fines of up to $27,500 a day for violations that occurred from January 1997 to March 2004, and up to $32,500 a day for violations after March.