- n act of failing to meet a financial obligation
- n loss resulting from failure of a debt to be paid
- n the deliberate act of failing to pay money
he was indicted for nonpayment
- The risks for domestic workers are staggering, from verbal and physical abuse to grueling work hours (in some cases, over 100 hours per week), few if any days off, nonpayment of .
- Wanted for swindling, nonpayment of taxes, contempt of court, illegal exit.
- Ridiculously generous with family, friends and even friends of friends, she has been broke many times, and was once arrested for nonpayment of debts.
- Gordon Brown in This is London
Mr Brown said: "The crimes, as I understand it, are assault and nonpayment of fines."
- Jim Bradley in Toronto Star
The 407 can raise rates "almost whenever they want to; they have the right to have licences suspended when there is nonpayment," Bradley said. "I disagreed with it then and I disagree with it now."
- Melanie Sloan in Washington Post
The timing of the contributions and his official actions are suspect and I find the story about the nonpayment to the architect not credible,said Melanie Sloan, the executive director of the group.