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intent

Law the will or purpose with which one does an act

Intent

A LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System component. Identifies the primary goal of each prerequisite or credit.
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The determining factor between choosing the OVDP and the Streamlined Procedures is whether the failure to disclose foreign financial assets and income was as a result of willful or non-willful conduct.
All other willful non-compliance reasons other than speeding, intoxicants, fatigue, and training had only one or two occurrences and thus did not represent trends.
Ill will discuss the problems with the willful blindness standard and
where the court finds the defendant liable for both willful infringement
95) benefits form Gordon Griffin's excellent style as it tells of a retired recluse detective's immersion in the violent crime of London and the problems of a willful daughter.
An ATF official defended his bureau's action, stating a (Federal Firearm) license revocation may be undertaken for any willful violation of the law or regulations, and said the term "willful" is not defined in the empowering Gun Control Act.
INDEMNIFICATION: ACCOUNTANT shall hold harmless DISTRICT, its agents, officers and employees from and against any liability, claims, actions, costs, damages or losses of any kind, arising from, or in connection with, the performance by ACCOUNTANT or its agents, officers and employees under this Agreement insofar as such performance results from ACCOUNTANT'S negligent, reckless, or willful act or omission.
The AJCA increased the potential civil penalty for willful failure to file a report or disclose foreign accounts, and added a civil penalty for nonwillful failure to file or disclose.
A three-panel judge upheld the earlier trial court's decision that Smith's infringement of the trademark was deliberate and willful.
In a probation violation, you have to show willful violation.
And to curb activists' excesses, 29 percent of the bills introduced--and 70 percent of those passed--establish penalties for willful destruction of such crops.
com misrepresented its business practices, engaged in willful violations of the U.