The commonwealth urges its business partners to pay any delinquent
debts to avoid having any future payments delayed or offset.
Nationally, the delinquency rate rose again last month, with the percentage of loans 30 or more days delinquent
jumping by 23 basis points to 9.
Yet, despite the recent drop in seriously delinquent
inventories as loans have either been modified or begun to be processed through the system, seriously delinquent
loans are hovering in that status longer than ever.
The most frequently reported delinquent
violent act involved carrying a weapon, such as a stick, chain or knife, followed by group fights.
The present study examines the effects of four aspects of parenting on African-American male adolescents' delinquent
behavior: (1) mothers' monitoring of their sons' behavior, (2) mothers' perceived control over their sons' behavior, (3) mother-adolescent communication about school, friends, and behavior, and (4) mother-adolescent relations.
Can Del count the date of mailing--"the mailbox rule"--as the date of filing for a delinquent
tax return/refund claim?
There appears to be a linear relationship between blood lead levels and the number of reported delinquent
acts from the lowest levels of exposure to the highest," Dietrich says.
Some were genuinely interested in delinquent
boys and specifically requested probation work.
State law allows restaurant tax collectors to pursue delinquent
taxpayers in court and audit their books, but only if the city has an ordinance granting the collector that authority.
The losses or damages that a delinquent
can inflict have changed dramatically due to society's increasing dependence on computers.
accounts in your private-pay population
The Internal Revenue Service awarded five contracts to private collection agencies to collect delinquent
federal taxes from individuals and businesses.
They imply a comparison of before and after measures: in Camp White Eagle's case, self-esteem before and after camp and delinquent
behavior before and after camp.
The practical effect of such legislation is to allow a minor who has committed criminal or, in the lingo of the juvenile courts, delinquent
acts to permanently erase his or her record, usually at age 17 or 18.
As a result, the task force began developing a hands-on manual to provide practical advice, which culminated in a new GFOA publication: Collecting Delinquent