Omission definition

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

  • Evidence of Professional Liability Insurance Professional Liability insurance if Contractor (or applicable Subcontractors) will perform professional services in connection with the Work, including but not limited to engineering, architectural, medical, testing, environmental assessment or remediation, or design-build services, with a minimum limit of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per Wrongful Act, Error, or Omission, and a minimum Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per Claim and Annual Aggregate Limit.

  • Omission of the reserved word abstract specifies that the formal type is non-abstract— the actual type must be non-abstract.

  • Arafat: Dead Children Are the Greatest Message to the World” (Official Palestinian Authority Television, January 15, 2002), https://palwatch.org/page/176.CHAPTER FIVE: NEWS ARTICLE ANALYSIS - 2014 GAZA CONFLICT Theme: Omission of Israeli Suffering The first major theme portrayed in the media discourse surrounding the Israeli- Palestinian Conflict is the omission of Israeli suffering.

  • Omission of the reserved word access specifies that the formal generic type does not include an access type— the actual type must not be an access type nor include an element of an access type.

  • Omission on the part of the Authority to undertake such verification shall not relieve the Bidder of its obligations or liabilities hereunder nor will it affect any rights of the Authority there under.


More Definitions of Omission

Omission means failure to act.
Omission means a failure to act;
Omission means the failure to perform an act that is required by law.
Omission means a failure to perform an act the performance of which is required by law.
Omission means the failure to perform an act as to which a
Omission means a failure to act when there is a legal duty to act and the actor is capable of acting.