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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 Fourth Circuit, reversing the district court, held that Williams had willfully violated the Section 5314 FBAR requirements.
Defendant), knowing [he][she] had been ordered to stop by a law enforcement officer, [willfully refused or failed to stop [his][her]vehicle in compliance with the order to stop] [and after having stopped in knowing compliance with the order to stop, willfully fled in a vehicle in an attempt to elude the law enforcement officer.
2) Whoever knowingly and willfully offers or pays any remuneration (including any kickback, bribe, or rebate) directly or indirectly, overtly or covertly, in cash or in kind to any person to induce such person--
Section 4734 provides that whoever "for a fee and knowingly and willfully counsels or assists an individual to dispose of assets (including any transfer in trust) in order for the individual to become eligible for medical assistance under a State plan under Title XIX, if disposing of the assets results in the imposition of a period of ineligibility for such assistance.
Kristian Merser, Novozymes General Counsel, commented, "We are satisfied that the court concluded that Danisco willfully infringed Novozymes' patent rights and entered a permanent injunction against Danisco.
Have willfully violated any Circular 230 requirement under Section 10.
And the production values are head and shoulders above the willfully loft debut album, 2001's Muscler's Guide to Videonics.
On October 3 a jury in a Baltimore, Maryland federal court found that Legg Mason, a financial services firm, had willfully violated the copyrights of Lowry's Reports Inc.
This early play of Shakespeare's opens with the deformed Richard, Duke of Gloucester, willfully manipulating family and friends to help him steal the throne from his brother.
at that time scorned as either a commercial or an amateur medium - but his subject matter was willfully mundane(
Can a real estate broker claim commissions on a deal where the seller willfully fails to close?
The penalty was assessed against Buffalow individually because he was a "responsible person" who willfully caused the unpaid employment taxes not to be paid over.