infraction


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an act or instance of breaking a law or regulation or of nonfulfillment of an obligation or promise, for example

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The issuance of the letter does not have any immediate effect on UK tax law and the matter will be subject to the normal infraction process, which is open to challenge.
Sorry, I can't,' said Tabuena when asked for his comment on the infraction that could affect his title bid in the record $600,000 event put up by Solarie Resort and Casino.
The USGA and R&A have also approved the adoption of a local rule that eliminates the additional 2-stroke penalty for failing to include a penalty on the scorecard when the player was unaware of the infraction.
What's more, insurance departments are generally diligent about publicizing licensee infractions.
The town administrator and selectmen require residents to clear sidewalks with a civil infraction of $10 per day, but refuse to assist the property owners with sand needed for safety.
Procedural obstacles and legal insecurity due to complex rules that differ from one member state to another, and the cost of proving the infraction, compromise the chances of consumers and SMEs being able to exercise this right.
On August 6 we published a report concerning Mr Ross Carr and a decision of the Louth Competitions Control Committee in respect of an alleged infraction of the rules by Mr Carr which resulted in a proposed penalty of suspension for 96 weeks.
Regarding the classification of scenes that contain sexist, racist, or homophobic comments or behaviours, it should be taken into account whether they are sayings or whether the comments made in comic tone, and the reaction of the receiver of the infraction.
ANI - Le porte-parole officiel de la Finul Niraj Singh a assure mardi qu' aucune infraction de la ligne technique Ea Kfarchouba n' a ete signalee, en riposte Ea certaines informations relatees par les medias sur des violations israeliennes en cette region.
CIVIL TRAFFIC INFRACTION HEARING OFFICER PRO GRAM; TRAFFIC HEARING OFFICERS
In addition, Jerry Baxter, the crew chief for David Reutimann, was fined $5,000 and placed on probation until July9 for an infraction discovered on opening day inspection.
The disciplinary system uses graduated sanctions, which increase in severity according to the type of infraction and number of previous infractions, to deter further disciplinary problems.
All but three of the violators pleaded guilty to passing the stop-arm after seeing themselves on tape committing the infraction.
Some said there needs to be some sort of materiality governing the e-filing eligibility requirements; that a $22 infraction, for example, should not be equated with larger, more serious infractions.
Inmates then remained at Level 3 until they were elevated to medium custody or they incurred a rules infraction that was validated by a finding of guilty by the Disciplinary and Adjustment Board.