civil penalties

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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Under the settlement, Delek will enhance environmental protections at its Magnolia facility and pay $2,255,460 in civil penalties.
His lawyer, Dave Roland, director of litigation for the Freedom Center of Missouri in Mexico, said Malin previously had dropped his claims against the county for civil penalties and attorneys' fees, wanting instead just an admission of the violation.
FIRREA authorizes the federal government to seek civil penalties for violations of various predicate criminal offenses, including wire and mail fraud where the violation affects a federally insured financial institution.
Next week, South TynesideCouncil'scabinet will discuss a new 'Civil Penalties Policy' to boost their powers against private landlords.
Civil penalties of $500 per employee for each first-time violation.
OSHA civil penalties for violations of workplace safety and health standards have increased by approximately 2.5% effective Jan.
The division's Compliance Unit handles civil cases and issues civil penalties to non-insured businesses for failure to carry the requisite workers' compensation insurance.
Moody filed a marijuana civil penalties bill last session, but it didn't pass.
The imposition of higher fines, known as civil penalties, was agreed by members on the powerful Cabinet of Kirklees Council.
Home Office data shows 3,522 civil penalties were handed to drivers or their employers in 2016-17 after "clandestine entrants" were discovered in vehicles.
Twenty-five credit unions consented to $10,365 civil penalties for filing late 2016 fourth quarter Call Reports, the NCUA said Tuesday.