Being held accountable for something or some action means that you are responsible for that thing or action.
If you are held accountable for, for example, unlocking the doors at the beginning of the day, it is your job to see that they are unlocked. If they are not unlocked at the designated time, it will be considered your fault and you may get a negative response from your employer.
It will vary depending on where you live. In the US it varies by state and ranges from 2 to 8 years. And as long as you are making payments, the time frame does not start being counted.
An accountable depot is a depot maintaining a formal set of accountable records.
Imitative is the ability to assess and initiate things independently. Accountability is the fact or condition of being accountable, or responsible.
"Product liability is a specific type of law. What it says is that basically, a product's maker or supplier has to be held accountable for any injuries that the specific product may cause."
Profit centres are accountable for revenues, costs, and, consequently, profits.
He needs to be out of jail so that he may support his child and to be held accountable
no Actually people with dementia can be held accountable. This does not mean all dementia suffers can or will be held accountable. Some have a very mild form and have a reasonable understanding of right and wrong, and some have severe dementia and probably would not even be able to recall such an incident seconds later. Should they be treated in the same manner.
Accountability means that you can be held accountable for your actions. People know that you will except the blame or the credit for something that you did.
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if a child signs for the remaining balance on the fathers funerla bill are they held accountable.
A government is held accountable by regular elections.
Yes, it is a derivative adjective meaning "held to account" or responsible.
they wont, if jesus has his way with them