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intent

Law the will or purpose with which one does an act
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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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Also, he asked the court to determine whether a political party such as the APC is at liberty to apply double standards in clearing and/ or disqualifying persons aspiring for elective offices or whether a candidate, who had earlier stated on oath his university qualification, can subsequently be permitted in law to willfully conceal his university qualification for the sole purpose of evading the consequences of such university qualification?
Clement joined as well, "except to the extent the opinion addresses whether evidence of physical absence is needed to support a finding that a spouse was willfully absent."
I don't think any doctor will do it willfully. But let the inquiry committee find out," Aggarwal said.
Following a bench trial, the district court entered judgment in favor of Williams, finding that the IRS had failed to establish that Williams willfully violated the FBAR requirements.
" In our view, no litigant can avail of any discretionary remedy from the court by willfully and flagrantly disobeying the orders of the court.
willfully refused or failed to stop the vehicle in compliance with the order
Any person who under the penalties of perjury willfully makes and subscribes a return, statement, or other document, and who does not believe it to be true and correct, is guilty of a felony, and will be fined not more than $100,000 or imprisoned not more than 3 years, or both, together with the costs of prosecution.
Thus it can be seen that those who chose the profession willfully have less tension.
Arrested initially in August 2005, he was sentenced to three years and four months in prison, supposedly for "willfully damaging property" and "organizing a mob to disturb traffic." This ruling was upheld in early December 2006.
Crown Prosecution Service guidelines for magistrates say this charge refers to public officers who willfully neglect to perform their duty or willfully misconduct themselves, amounting to an abuse of the public's trust.
The cast is delightful: the divine Toni Collette as Mom; Greg Kinnear as Dad, effectively annoying for once; Alan Arkin as the deliciously bitter Grandpa; Paul Dano (teen star of L.I.E.) as the willfully mute, Nietzsche-obsessed son; and natural newcomer Abigail Breslin as the pageant-obsessed daughter.
Wang was not only escorted off the grounds by uniformed Secret Service agents, as might be expected, but also, according to ABC, she was charged with "knowingly and willfully intimidating, coercing, threatening or harassing ...