Irregularity


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Irregularity

In law, a departure from standard procedure. Irregularities are not illegal, but may be (depending on the circumstances) sufficiently grave to render a lawsuit invalid.
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'Kung lumalabas sa investigation as I have said earlier, kung meron tayo makitang irregularity or pang-aabuso o pagmamalabis ng ating pulis, hindi natin pinapalalagpas para hindi na maulit 'yan,' he added.
The audit held weak administrative and internal controls on payroll responsible for the irregularity.
Association between menstrual irregularity and body fat percentage was analyzed by Chi-square test, and P values were interpreted at a significance level of 0.05.
found the exact values of total vertex irregularity strength of trees, several types of trees and disjoint union of t copies of path.
A court of inquiry ( CoI) against Rathore in a case of financial irregularity when he was posted as commandant of ordnance depot at Dehu Road, Pune, has come in the way of his promotion.
In the area of cohesion, six member states (Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Malta and the Netherlands) reported no irregularity as fraudulent in 2011.
Where a permit cannot be issued due to an outstanding irregularity, and for which a person other than the applicant is responsible, Town Planning authorities may slap a fine of up to e1/417,000 on the responsible party.
Often, when there is an irregularity In a bid proposal, the owner will allow the contractor to correct the irregularity after the bid opening, as opposed to outright rejecting the bid.
Our study extends the extant research on the financial statement misrepresentation by positing two questions about the market reaction to earnings announcement in conjunction with accounting irregularity allegations.
The most common types of recruiter irregularity reported involved concealment or falsification of documents or information, sexual misconduct, and quality control measures (e.g., valid parental signatures).
Over R500m ($50m) in corruption involving tender rigging and financial irregularity has been uncovered at a South African government department that should know better.