refusal to comply

See: mutiny
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Refusal to comply with an order may result in fines or imprisonment for contempt of court.
The cleric, famed for his refusal to comply with the Catholic ban on remarrying divorcees, said he was "saddened and angered" by the Archbishop of Dublin's ban on him conducting a funeral mass for his nephew Christopher Geoghegan.
regarding Google's refusal to comply with the DOJ subpoena to turn over data related to pornography searches on that date.
But Olalia said the impasse was primarily due to the government's refusal to comply with the terms of the Joint Agreement on Safety and Immunity Guarantees for the release of political prisoners.
Iran's IAEA envoy, who is also the head of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) group of nations at the UN nuclear agency, noted that Israel's refusal to comply with the international law poses a security concern for the countries of the Middle-East, and also censured western countries for turning a blind eye to the Zionist regime's nuclear capabilities.
Goat farmers have been up in arms over the dairy industries' refusal to comply with the halloumi prototype, which says that 51 per cent of the local cheese should be manufactured with goat milk.
Refusal to comply could result in fines of up to pounds 1,000 being imposed at a magistrates' court.
The Commission can also invoke Article 228 of the Treaty and impose fines on France for its refusal to comply with the European Court of Justice ruling.
Refusal to comply with the orders could result in fines or imprisonment for contempt of court.
Sunstein should not be incarcerated indefinitely and fined in the amount of $1,000 for each refusal to comply with this Court's Order;
Based on the complaints received by the agency, the reasons given by the drivers for their refusal to comply with the flag-down rate rollback ranged from ignorance to plain bullheadedness.
The issue is Assad's refusal to comply with the peace plan put forth by UN envoy Kofi Annan, despite the fact that Assad promised he would, Carney said.