civil penalties

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civil penalties

n. fines or surcharges imposed by a governmental agency to enforce regulations such as late payment of taxes, failure to obtain a permit, etc.

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This is the largest civil penalty that the Department has assessed a carrier for violating the DOT s tarmac delay rules.
Auto Business News-November 4, 2014--Hyundai and Kia agree to pay USD100m civil penalty
The prevention of illegal working regime is now under review, with the latest Immigration Bill proposing changes which will make it easier for civil penalties to be recovered and a recent public consultation on increasing the maximum civil penalty and changing the way in which employers need to comply.
A BRIDGEND takeaway is facing a civil penalty for employing a suspected illegal worker, following an operation by Home Office immigration enforcement.
1572, which amends the state's Credit Union Act to establish a fair and consistent civil penalty assessment process.
Commissioner Michael Young and former Commission Michael Duffy dissented, saying that deterrence is implicit in the application of the six statutory civil penalty criteria.
This case cries out for the kind of civil penalty that will deprive this defendant of a material part of his fortune," he said.
US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is seeking the maximum civil penalty of $16.
Under the agreement, Southwest Airlines will pay a civil penalty of USD7.
THE civil penalty system was brought in by the Government on February 29, and provides a swift and effective means of tackling employers who make inadequate checks on workers.
Bar UPL Counsel Lori Holcomb told the board the court had asked the Bar to suggest ways to relieve the court of collecting an up to $1,000 per incident civil penalty that can be enforced on UPL violators.