Definitions for "Violation"
The act of violating, treating with violence, or injuring; the state of being violated.
An act of irreverence or desecration; profanation or contemptuous treatment of sacred things; as, the violation of a church.
A legally prohibited act that is less serious that a misdemeanor, such as a traffic violation; usually punishable only by fine.
Infringement; transgression; nonobservance; as, the violation of law or positive command, of covenants, promises, etc.
breach or infringement of the terms or conditions of probation.
a failure to comply with a regulatory requirement such as a rule, regulation or license condition
the crime of forcing a woman to submit to sexual intercourse against her will
a crime, regardless of whether a particular violator agrees with the laws or not
Also known as a Hash Crime. Anything that gets done on the trail, before the trail or after the trail that the Hash decides violates good/bad taste, moral/immoral sensibilities, lack of commonsense or exercises poor/sound judgment. The whim of the Hash determines whether or not a crime was committed. Cost: at least one Down Down.
Keywords:  ravishment, outrage, rape
Ravishment; rape; outrage.
notification from the city, which notifies a client there is a problem with the property that could potentially result in a citation. A time limit may or may not be established.
condition listed as a violation of the New York City Housing Maintenance Code. They are classified as follows: "A" nonhazardous violations, "B" hazardous violations, and "C" immediately hazardous violations. voir dire: a questioning of prospective jurors by the attorneys, and, on application of any party, by the judge, to see if any of them should be disqualified or removed by challenge or examination
a serious criminal offense for both companies and individuals, and may result in fines, loss of export privileges and imprisonment for individuals
Any driving offense for which you are issued a ticket. (Does not include parking tickets.) When applying for insurance, you must disclose all violations received within the specified time frame. The completion of safe or defensive driving courses does not negate the fact that a ticket was received.
An offense punishable by up to fifteen days in jail and/or a fine.
Keywords:  disqualification, match
a match disqualification
Keywords:  ami, see
See AMI violation.
a formal, facially discriminatory policy, as in Thurston, but also where it is an informal decision by the employer that was motivated by the employee's age
Keywords:  extraordinary, remedy
an extraordinary remedy
Keywords:  dialogue, toll, lane, road, unpaid
A record of an unpaid toll which occurs when a customer passes through a lane without paying the proper amount. Also refers to an error in the toll communication system which occurs when something between the On-Board and Road Side dialogue has failed.
Interruption, as of sleep or peace; disturbance.
a step backward in the way hardware manufacturers open it's specs
consciously selecting an incorrect intention that is executed as planned (usually a choice to not follow procedures and use a "work-around" instead).
an eclipsing and without getting too detailed on it in the universal sense it is well known that it depends on position as to whether it is partial ,full, or even seen at all
Keywords:  fault, foot
a foot fault
Keywords:  alarm, sensor, detected, door, window
Security: An alarm condition, such as that caused by an opened door or window, detected by the sensor.
Keywords:  floor, see
see floor violation.