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disregard

Social welfare capital or income which is not counted in calculating the amount payable to a claimant for a means-tested benefit

disregard

In air traffic control, it means to consider a radio transmission as having not been sent.
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7) Lower courts have interpreted this to mean that judicial review of arbitration awards is permitted if the arbitrator manifestly disregards the law.
49) The court held that "an arbitrator's award may be vacated when the arbitrator exceeds his or her power and/ or manifestly disregards or perversely misconstrues the law.
Zimbabwe), and one that disregards intellectual property rights but, unlike other violators, has the capability to not only copy but also adapt and improve.
Sunderland City Council currently disregards pounds 55 per week and this is set to rise to pounds 65 per week from April 1.
The state will use the same income-counting methodology and income disregards as are used in the SSI program:
6694-3(b), a willful attempt to understate Federal tax liability occurs when a preparer disregards, in an attempt wrongfully to reduce tax liability, information furnished by the taxpayer or others.
A preparer is considered to have willfully attempted to understate liability if the preparer disregards, in an effort to wrongfully reduce the taxpayers tax liability, information furnished by the taxpayer or other persons.
c The IRS thereby effectively disregards other statements in the legislative history which evince Congress's intent to provide an exception from taxation for normal commercial practices.
If the state disregards an SMLLC, replacing subsidiaries with SMLLCs will allow combined reporting that might otherwise be unavailable.
in other words, the penalty can apply if the taxpayer is negligent, and the penalty can apply if the taxpayer is not negligent, but disregards rules or regulations.