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View definitions for nonpayment

nonpayment

noun as in failure

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In 2020, DTE Energy shut off 80,606 electric accounts for nonpayment.

Blackstone said it hasn’t evicted anyone for nonpayment of rent during the pandemic, but did not directly respond to a question about whether it has evicted people for renovations or criminal nuisance, which state law continues to allow.

Because their nonpayment penalties are similar to those in Maryland, they would make an ideal partner.

Last week, I pulled a dozen eviction cases stemming from crime-free apartment complexes in Vista, and each was related to nonpayment of rent.

At an emergency meeting Sunday, the three-member PUC ordered electric companies to suspend disconnections for nonpayment and delay sending invoices or bill estimates.

Local officials are already calling for Pennsylvania to examine its laws, which allow imprisonment for nonpayment of fines.

They refused rent checks, then accused renters of nonpayment.

That, in turn, could lead to nonpayment of salaries and pensions, driving the country closer to a social meltdown.

The bombardment of unfortified and undefended towns and places for the nonpayment of ransom is forbidden.

If he has not, it is possible that my letters to him may still arrive in season to prevent the protests for nonpayment.

If you reduce us to bankruptcy here, by a nonpayment of your drafts, consider the consequences.

Two circumstances are particularly objected to us; the nonpayment of our debts, and the want of energy in our government.

On the nonpayment of our debts to foreign nations he was particularly strong.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nonpayment, such as: default, bankruptcy, and delinquency.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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