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Spanish to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Law: Taxation & Customs
Spanish term or phrase:excusa o negativa
Las sanciones previstas en este apartado serán compatibles con la establecida para la resistencia, obstrucción, excusa o negativa a las actuaciones de la Administración tributaria en el artículo 203 de la Ley 58/2003, de 17 de diciembre, General Tributaria, por la desatención de los requerimientos realizados.
I thought perhaps 'refusal' or 'failure to acknowledge' for 'negativa', although not entirely sure. 'Excusa' has me stumped; 'making excuses' sounds very inelegant.
exemption n. 1) in income taxation, a credit given for each dependent, blindness or other disability, and age over 65, which result in a downward calculation in tax levels. These are not to be confused with deductions which reduce gross income upon which taxes are paid. 2) ***a right to be excluded from***, such as not being subject to attachment of one's wages if one is in a low-income bracket, or not being subject to the military draft if one is employed in essential industry, has several children or is a college student.
The word **Repudiation** is most conveniently term to describe circumstances where “ one party so acts or so express himself as to show that he does not mean to accept the obligation of a contract any further.
Repudiate: 3 a: to refuse to accept ; especially : to reject as unauthorized or as having no binding force <repudiate a contract> b: to reject as untrue or unjust <repudiate a charge>
4: to refuse to acknowledge or pay <repudiate a debt> (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/repudiate)
Lidia D Argentina Local time: 22:37 Specializes in field Native speaker of: Spanish