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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnon-complianceˌnon-comˈpliance noun [uncountable] formal  failure or refusal to do something that you are officially supposed to donon-compliance with Companies can be prosecuted for non-compliance with the law.
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non-complianceRegrettably, but all too familiarly these days, there is a penalty for non-compliance.However, the reasons for non-compliance reported by Mangla are ambiguous.Cases which had been settled or withdrawn were removed from it and sanctions for non-compliance were announced.The problem of the uneven playing-field goes much deeper than those arising from non-compliance.Likewise the bishops stood prepared in 1688 to accept the penalties for their non-compliance.
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