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In accordance with applicable NYSE procedures, the firm plans to timely notify the NYSE that it intends to cure the USD1.00 per share deficiency and has six months following the receipt of the noncompliance notice to cure the deficiency and regain compliance with the NYSE continued listing requirement.
The FIRS notification which was sighted exclusively by Tribune Online reads in part that, 'Notice of noncompliance: please take note that the owners/operators of this company/business premises have failed to comply with the company's tax obligations (the Value Added Tax Act, Cap V1, Companies Income Tax Act, CapLaws, laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2014 and other tax laws).
Some questions were set such that the highest score did not reflect the worst scenario of noncompliance. To resolve this, scores were reversed.
As the cartel loses control of production thanks to increasing noncompliance by its members, it must rely on words.
There are many influences that push pilots to intentional noncompliance. Maybe a published procedure doesn't work, takes too long or competes with more important priorities.
Keywords: assessment, compliance, noncompliance, treatment
Of the 25 evaluations made public this month, five are rated outstanding, 19 are rated satisfactory and one is rated substantial noncompliance.
The impact of medication noncompliance in patients with schizophrenia is reflected in increased hospital readmission rates.
A similar legal criterion was used for alcohol usage; if the rider had a blood alcohol level above the legal limit, then the mishap was categorized as "willful noncompliance," whereas if the rider had alcohol in their blood, but the amount was below the legal limit, then the mishap was categorized as unintentional non-compliance with respect to intoxicants.
Data retrieved, from both the out-patient clinic records and the questionnaires, were used to define compliance and noncompliance. Noncompliance was defined as missing at least one drop of medication per week and (or) the inability to accurately describe one's own medication regimen [9].
"These regulations prescribe financial disincentive on Broadband Service providers for noncompliance with the benchmark at a rate not exceeding Rs.
The political economy of noncompliance; adjusting to the single European market.