Civil penalty definition

Civil penalty means a penalty which is imposed on a credit provider by the operation of this Act and under which the debtor is not liable to pay to the credit provider an amount otherwise payable under a regulated contract.
Civil penalty means a fine imposed by OCC on a facility for violation of these rules.
Civil penalty means a civil money penalty not to exceed the amount authorized under Iowa Code section 231.42.

Examples of Civil penalty in a sentence

  • Remedies for violations ▶ Attorney’s fees and/or costs to petitioner ▶ Invalidation of an action ▶ Civil penalty against an individual officer, employee, or other official for bad faith violations ▶ Injunction ▶ Remedial training ▶ Knowing destruction: misdemeanor ▶ Attorney’s fees and costs may also be awarded to a public body, agency, employee, or official when the lawsuit was brought in bad faith, or was frivolous, unjust, vexatious, wanton, or oppressive.

  • WSR 15-10-090, § 16-461-050, filed 5/6/15, effective 6/6/15.] WAC 16-461-060 Civil penalty for violations and suspension of compliance agreements for violations.

More Definitions of Civil penalty

Civil penalty means a civil money penalty not to exceed the amount authorized under 2010 Iowa Acts, Senate File 2263, section 7.
Civil penalty means a fine imposed by OCC on a provider for violation on these rules.
Civil penalty means the monetary fine which may be imposed on licensees by the Department, pursuant to A.R.S. § 30-687, for violations of the Act, this Chapter, or license conditions.
Civil penalty or ‘penalty’ means to a financial penalty imposed by the Home Office on a landlord who has allowed a tenant to occupy private rented residential accommodation but does not have the right to rent.
Civil penalty means a monetary penalty administratively is- sued by a regulatory agency for noncompliance with state or federal law, or rules. The term does not include any criminal penalty, damage assessment, wages, premiums, taxes owed, interest or late fees on any existing obligation.
Civil penalty. DAISO shall issue two separate checks for a total amount of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) as penalties pursuant to California Health & Safety Code § 25249.12 as follows: (a) one check made payable to the State of California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) in the amount of seven hundred and fifty dollars ($750.00), representing 75% of the total penalty; and (b) one check to Xxxx Xxxxxxx in the amount of two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00), representing 25% of the total penalty. Additionally, two separate 1099’s shall be issued for the above payments. The first 1099 shall be issued to OEHHA, XX Xxx 0000, Xxxxxxxxxx, XX 00000 (EIN: 00-0000000) in the amount of $750.00. The second 1099 shall be issued in the amount of $250.00 to Xxxx Xxxxxxx be addressed to Xxxx Xxxxxxx C/O Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxx, Law Corporation and shall be delivered to Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxx, Law Corporation, XX Xxx 0000, Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxx, XX 00000. At DAISO's request, Xxxxxxx'x counsel shall provide DAISO with a W-9 for Xxxxxxx prior to the Effective Date.