Omission definition

Omission is the failure to submit part or all of the information or documentation required in the tendering document.
Omission means a failure to act.
Omission means a failure to perform an act as to which a duty of performance is imposed by law.

Examples of Omission in a sentence

  • Omission of serial numbers on the body of the CC and also on the other documents stated under Clause 3.2B III, in case of bidding for more than one serial will lead to rejection of all the bids.

  • Supplier shall obtain coverage similar to Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability for each Supplier employee performing work under this Order outside of the U.S. To the extent that this Order is for professional services, Supplier shall maintain Professional/ Errors and Omission Liability insurance in the minimum amount of$5,000,000.00 per claim.

  • Omission of any of the required information may subject the Vendor to disqualification.

  • The typical concentrated review actions are the following: Direct Action of Unconstitutionality, Direct Action of Unconstitutionality by Omission, Challenge of Noncompliance with Fundamental Precept, and Constitutionality Declaratory Action.

  • Omission, of any, in costing any item shall not entitle the firm to be compensated and the liability to fulfil its obligations as per the TOR within the total quoted price shall be that of the bidder.

More Definitions of Omission

Omission means a failure to act;
Omission means failure to act.
Omission means the failure to perform an act that is required by law.
Omission means the failure to perform an act as to which a duty
Omission means a willful failure to provide food, clothing, or shelter necessary for a child's welfare or willful abandonment of a child.
Omission means a failure to act when there is a legal duty to act and the actor is capable of acting.