neglect to perform

See: omission
References in classic literature ?
The new king had been more than a year upon the throne before his accession was proclaimed in Boston, although the neglect to perform the ceremony might have subjected the rulers to the charge of treason.
Wilful Neglect to Perform Official Duty contrary to section 128 as read with section 36 of the Penal Code.
Each time you neglect to perform proper hand hygiene you potentially cause harm.
'The public servants will be charged with offences including conspiracy to commit an offence of corruption, willful failure to comply with applicable procedures and guidelines relating to the management of public funds, breach of trust, willful neglect to perform official duty, abuse of office, fraudulent abuse of public property and payment from public revenue for goods not supplied,' he said.
He will also ask the anti-graft office to "direct the officer concerned to take appropriate action against a public officer or employee at fault or who neglect to perform an act or discharge a duty required by law, and recommend his removal, suspension, demotion, fine, censure, or prosecution, and ensure compliance therewith."
Mamba informed the court that the 2017 budget should have been operational in April and that the board was liable for 'acts constitutive of grave abuse of discretion tantamount to an unlawful neglect to perform a positive duty imposed by law' when it failed to pass the appropriation measure.
Many parking lot thefts occur because drivers neglect to perform the simplest task: locking the car and closing the windows.
CASUALTY-notification duty is something all Soldiers dread but none neglect to perform with honor, because it's the last thing one Soldier can do for another at a time when the fallen Soldier's survivors need compassion, straight answers and strength more than ever, said Maj.
Crown Prosecution guidelines say the misconduct in a public office charge refers to public officers who wilfully neglect to perform their duty or wilfully misconduct themselves, amounting to an abuse of the public's trust.