delinquent


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Synonyms for delinquent

Synonyms for delinquent

a young offender

guilty of a misdeed

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failing in what duty requires

past due

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Kaylor et al [7] studied the behaviours of youth involved in the child welfare system found that older children were more likely to engage in delinquent behaviours than younger children.
The HISD delinquent tax collection agreement now in effect ends on March 31, 2017.
But Revenue Commissioner Kim Henares, who has been on the job for the past three and half years, claimed that the delinquent accounts included bad checks that date back to before the Aquino administration took over.
Using data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, the research found youth who demonstrated delinquent behavior at school were almost three times more likely to start using alcohol or drugs.
According to the list (see below), which has 93 delinquent loans, 29 are on office properties, and 26 are loans on retail sites.
Moratoria, combined with loss-mitigation efforts and a general propensity in the industry to explore all options before proceeding with foreclosure, have compounded the effect of delinquent and foreclosure inventory growth, which, until very recently, have increased almost unabated.
While it might be natural to suspect that subprime mortgages are responsible for the increase in seriously delinquent loans, this would be misleading.
They found that behavioral impulsivity is more strongly related to delinquent behavior for males at ages 10 to 13 than is cognitive impulsivity.
having older friends, friends who tolerated illegal activities or friends who were delinquent themselves;
In the January Psychological Review, Granic and Patterson described recent insights into the development of violent and delinquent behavior gleaned from long-term tracking of child-parent interactions.
Sierra Development Group wants the property free and clear of all delinquent county taxes and assessments.
45-day delinquency: If the taxpayer continues to be delinquent on the 45th day, the team manager should request to meet with the taxpayer/representative and the examiner to discuss the issues and explain the consequences of continued noncompliance, including the issuance of a summons.
Registered TenantAlert clients also have free access to information on delinquent payment histories, property damage, chronic violations, criminal activity and other types of disturbances reported to the Delinquent Tenant Cooperative.
Rent Recovery Service offers programs for recouping delinquent rent, including a unique flat-fee system that significantly lowers the cost of pursuing delinquent tenants by eliminating contingency fees.
NCTMs not in good standing may be reinstated by submitting a validated Documentation of Points Folder for the five years preceding the delinquency, along with the renewal fee and a delinquent renewal fee for each year of delinquency.