Voluntary Compliance Agreement

In the United States, voluntary compliance may also refer to an argument on the part of taxpayers who propose that the payment of income tax is voluntary and not legally applicable. [2] However, this argument is rejected by the Internal Revenue Service and is not accepted by the US courts. (a) where the Designated Agency issues a Letter of Non-Compliance, the Designated Agency – A Voluntary Compliance Agreement (VCA) is a preferred mechanism for resolving most cases of compliance with the Code and may be entered into at any time before an administrative law decision is made. (Ord. O2011-302§ 2 (Att. A) Given the agreement of the city to conclude a VCA, the responsible person must renounce completely and does not have the right to be heard administratively or judicially under this title or in any other way with regard to the issue of the infringement and / or the necessary corrective measures. The VCA is a definitive and binding agreement, it is not a settlement agreement and its content cannot be disputed. (Ord. O2011-302§ 2 (Att. A) The manager may grant an extension of the deadline for compliance or modification of the necessary corrective measures if the responsible person has demonstrated the necessary diligence and/or substantial progress in correcting the infringement, but unforeseen circumstances or circumstances that are not controlled by the responsible person make full and timely compliance unattainable under the initial conditions. Such a request must be made in writing by the person responsible and clearly justify the need for such an extension. (Ord. O2011-302§ 2 (Att.

(A)) (8) An agreement by the responsible person that, if the city finds that the person is not complying with its obligations under the VCA, the city may impose any remedy authorized by this Title, including, but not limited to: (5) An agreement by the responsible person that the city may inspect the premises to the extent necessary to establish compliance with the ACV; 3. Indicate the corrections or corrective measures to be taken within a specified period of time to comply with the rules; Voluntary compliance is seen as an alternative to state-imposed rules on a company`s behavior. Proponents of voluntary compliance argue that it is in a company`s interest to behave in a socially responsible manner and that, in the pursuit of a good public image, the company refrains from acting, which could harm its perception by the public. [1] It is therefore not necessary to regulate the state. Voluntary compliance is one of the ways to practice corporate social responsibility. (2) enter into negotiations with the public body in order to ensure compliance by voluntary means. . . .