An action that violates a law, treaty, or other ruling
young persons who commit offenses bear responsibility for their contraventions
dispute: coming into conflict with
(contravene) conflict: go against, as of rules and laws; "He ran afoul of the law"; "This behavior conflicts with our rules"
(contravene) contradict: deny the truth of
The term Contravention is used in French, Swiss and Australian law. The act of contravening can be: opposition; obstruction; transgression; violation.
The act of contravening a rule, regulation, or law, or of not fulfilling an obligation, promise, or agreement
(contravene) go against - 41 misses
A breach of one or more traffic or parking controls.
when a court finds a party has not complied with (followed) a court order, that party is in contravention of (or has breached) the order.
A term of French law meaning an act violative of a law, a treaty, or an agreement made between parties; a breach of law punishable by a fine of fifteen francs or less and by an imprisonment of three days or less. In the U.S. ...
Outlines in writing the potential penalty that would be applied should a regulation be broken or contravened. There are 349 in the current draft of the AMPS Master Penalty Document.