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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For the empirical analysis, the WP performs the descriptive and correlation analysis, followed by regression tests to examine the significance of Shari'ah non-compliance income vis-a-vis bank-specific variables such as the size, profitability and capitalisation as well as macroeconomic indicators by utilising the data of 51 Islamic banks from 11 countries for a five-year period from 2010 to 2014,.
Non-compliance may lead to late acute rejection episodes, organ loss, and ultimately death.
Most of the subjects (63%) perceived cost of medicine as highest contributing factor to non-compliance.
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.
Department of Agriculture has cited Harvard Medical School's Primate Research Center with five non-compliances of the federal animal welfare act.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran on Tuesday lashed out at Washington for its non-compliance with its undertakings regarding dismantlement of its chemical weapons as the US is seeking to keep its chemical arsenals to impose pressure on the world countries.
The management of student non-compliance in the classroom is a recognised and ongoing problem for Australian teachers in both primary and high schools (Beaman, Wheldall, & Kemp, 2007; Vinson, 2002).
I FEEL I must respond to your article relating to Denbighshire County Council''s non-compliance policies and procedures.
The burden of both compliance and non-compliance costs were highest in organisations with fewer than 5,000 employees and smallest in organizations with 25,000 to 75,000 employees, where economies of scale may apply.
Under the agreement signed by Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, the IVPI is to receive complaints related to potential non-compliance with the HVCC.
In these cases, non-compliance was relatively minor in nature.
Contributors explore enforcement measures other than deterrence, including the use of public campaigns, responsive regulation and self- regulation, reintegrative shaming, and the shaming of public figures to illustrate consequences of non-compliance.