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done by design

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habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition

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Among the cases where court has ruled in favour of the I-T department include a Dehradun Court convicted one defaulter for holding undisclosed foreign bank account and sentenced him to two years of imprisonment for wilful attempt to evade tax and to two years for false statement in verification along with monetary penalty for each default, respectively.
In another case of Hyderabad, the Director of an infrastructure company was sentenced to rigorous imprisonment of six months and fine for wilful attempt to evade tax.
Indian commercial banks are to bar wilful defaulters from bidding for failed companies.
There is 16 per cent rise in wilful defaulters over last year who owe over Rs 25 lakh to the banks.
As per reports, the IT officials have been directed not to shy away from the rare provisions of arrest, detention and auctioning of attached assets of wilful income tax defaulters.
The house was taped off and the pair were arrested on suspicion of wilful neglect of a young person under 16.
Callender, Wilful Ignorance, Knowledge, and the "Equal Culpability" Thesis: A Study of the Deeper Significance of the Principle of Legality, 1994 WIS.
The accused found involved in wilful default of the loan facility during initial inquiry, the statement further said.
POLICE fear "many more" staff could have been providing substandard care to patients at Princess of Wales Hospital than the number charged with wilful neglect.
UBI finally became the first bank to declare Mallya and three other directors of the ailing airline wilful defaulters on September 1.
TWO nurses from the Princess of Wales Hospital have appeared at Cardiff Crown Court, charged with wilful neglect.
Wilful blindness as a form of fault is quite familiar to Canadian criminal law.
The report said News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch had "turned a blind eye and exhibited wilful blindness".
THREE carers will stand trial at Crown Court facing a charge of wilful neglect.
Four carers; Rosslyn Jenkins, Chengeta Kaziboni, Michael Lurvey and Margaret Lewis, and qualified nurse Musediq Salisu, all deny the wilful neglect of a patient.