willingness to comply

See: compliance
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The vicomte bowed and smiled courteously in token of his willingness to comply.
This they instantly and peremptorily refused to do, declaring that they would not leave their parents; but expressed a willingness to comply with the order, provided they were permitted to embark with their families.
During the hearings, majority of the companies expressed their willingness to comply with the CCP's directions.
During the hearings, majority of these companies expressed their willingness to comply with CCP's directions.
During the hearings, majoArity of these companies expressed their willingness to comply with CCP's directions.
HARI has indicated its acceptance and willingness to comply with the said Board Resolution in a meeting attended, among others, relevant high-level officials from the DTI (including BOI) and Department of Finance (including the Bureau of Customs," the BOI told Cua.
HARI has indicated its acceptance and willingness to comply with the said Board resolution in a meeting attended by, among others, relevant high-level officials from the Department of Trade (including BOI) and Finance (including the Bureau of Customs),' the letter read.
Hariri further highlighted Hezbollah's willingness to comply with a policy of "disassociating" Lebanon from regional conflicts.
If people profess to be willing without the necessity of sanction to comply with laws whose content they find morally agreeable, then it is hard to see why giving them an opportunity to object to such laws will have any effect on the degree of their willingness to comply.
The security firm's CEO expressed willingness to comply with the U.
Providing care in a familiar environment promotes the family's involvement and hence the child's willingness to comply with the treatment.
official said, adding that the missile test should not be seen as an indicator of Iran's willingness to comply with the nuclear deal.