violation


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  • noun

Synonyms for violation

Synonyms for violation

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

an act of disrespect or impiety toward something regarded as sacred

Synonyms for violation

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Starting with PVT Elevator Violations upon launch in 2013, and now with the addition of FDNY Violation Orders, ECB Violations and Sidewalk Violations, VioCopies.
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.
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.
A group of Egyptian engineers have launched Emokhalfa, a new initiative aiming to eliminate driving violations in the streets of Egypt.
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.
Under this system, a critical violation was weighted at four or five points depending on the nature of the violation, and a noncritical violation was valued at one to two points.
The complaint does not suggest a specific penalty, and the EPA declined to comment on when the violations began or what date penalties might begin accruing.
Louis) and Wal-Mart averaged nine critical violations.
Beyond simply following acknowledged rules and policies, though, they also need to self-monitor non-governed behaviors that can all too easily lead to ethics violations.
All these examples of CP violations could contribute to the observed imbalance between matter and antimatter.
The CBA is proposing adding a two-tiered fining structure: up to $5,000 for the initial violation; $10,000 for subsequent violations.
The violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting the manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, concealment, or use of firearms, cutting instruments, explosives, incendiary devices, or other deadly weapons.
At issue in Dickerson was the admissibility of a confession obtained in technical violation of Miranda.
The new rules stipulate that the attorney may transfer the duty to report evidence of a violation of law to: