disregard


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Synonyms for disregard

Synonyms for disregard

to refuse to pay attention to (a person); treat with contempt

to pretend not to see

to fail to care for or give proper attention to

to avoid the fulfillment of

an act or instance of neglecting

a lack of consideration for others' feelings

Synonyms for disregard

lack of attention and due care

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willful lack of care and attention

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refuse to acknowledge

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give little or no attention to

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The draft Handbook is correct that under sections 6721 and 6722, an additional penalty is provided with no maximum limitation for the intentional disregard of rules and regulations.
Section 6694(b) imposes a $1,000 preparer penalty for each return reflecting an understatement of tax liability due to a preparer's willful attempt to understate the tax liability or intentional or reckless disregard of the rules or regulations.
The "disregard of rules or regulations" prong of the negligence penalty applies to careless, reckless, or intentional disregard of rules or regulations.
Ironically, about six months after the Tax Court's decision in Azar Nut, the IRS issued the TAM seeking to disregard the actual transaction when structured using a relo.
The jury found that New York Life Insurance committed fraud, knowingly engaged in deceptive trade practices, and acted in "needless and reckless" disregard of its policyholder's interest.
c The IRS thereby effectively disregards other statements in the legislative history which evince Congress's intent to provide an exception from taxation for normal commercial practices.
We believe it is time for those sworn to uphold the law in California - the state Attorney General and local district attorneys - to file charges against the Mayor and other city officials for this deliberate and flagrant disregard of existing state law.
The Office of the Corporate Secretary has the authority to discard or disregard any inappropriate communications (other than a proposal submitted pursuant to Rule 14a-8 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, or any communication made in connection with such a proposal) or to take other appropriate actions with respect to any such inappropriate communications.
Said the court: "It is obvious that the 'runaway' jury award was largely the result of numerous improper comments by plaintiffs' counsel directing the jury to disregard limitations on punitive damages.
The appeals court explained that it had to "look to see if Brush Wellman failed to adequately protect employees from the inherent dangers of beryllium exposure, whether Brush Wellman evinced disregard for the safety of its employees, and whether Brush Wellman failed to even attempt to achieve recommended safety levels as set forth by the U.
Irrespective of this, it would not be a reasonable adjustment to disregard the final written warning on these facts.
1) The Court also suggested that manifest disregard of the law may no longer be a viable basis on which to vacate an arbitration award, but fell short of actually making that a part of its holding.
We are advised by IQPC International that journalists and other readers should disregard the news release "Official Armed Forces GHQ Defence Logistics Conference Returns to Abu Dhabi to Tackle Key Challenges", issued on March 7th 2012 over PR Newswire, as it contained some erroneous information.
The Ministry is appalled by such political tactics which disregard and violate the basic rights of the whole population in the kingdom, especially the right to free movement.
CALLOUS DISREGARD documents his concerns and is a 'must' for any collection where parents are concerned about vaccine safety.