non·​ex·​empt | \ ˌnän-ig-ˈzem(p)t How to pronounce nonexempt (audio) \

Definition of nonexempt

: not free or released from some requirement to which others are subject : not exempt nonexempt employees/income

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If certain records would include information that would be exempt for disclosure, the public body is required to separate the exempt material and turn over the nonexempt material. Detroit Free Press, "How to use the Michigan Freedom of Information Act," 1 Aug. 2019 First, all your disposable income or nonexempt property (whichever is greater) has to be used to pay your creditors in full, over a three- to five-year period, to receive a discharge., "Check with attorney before early plan payoff," 4 July 2019 Rather, by law, any company seeking an exemption must prove to federal regulators that such vehicles will be at least as safe as nonexempt vehicles. WSJ, "Mr. Nader Misses the Mark on Driverless Cars," 30 Aug. 2018 That left 5,900 nonexempt Airbnb listings as of early December; all remaining unregistered listings will be removed on Tuesday. Carolyn Said, San Francisco Chronicle, "Airbnb loses thousands of hosts in SF as registration rules kick in," 14 Jan. 2018 The top four nonexempt players who finish among the top 12 will earn spots at Royal Birkdale. Ben Nuckols, The Seattle Times, "Fowler is top draw at Quicken Loans event in Woods’ absence," 28 June 2017

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First Known Use of nonexempt

1675, in the meaning defined above

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