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comply with (something)

To follow or adhere to a particular rule or regulation. Please be advised that your construction project needs to comply with all building codes.
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comply with something

to conform to something; to obey guidelines or regulations; to agree to something. I hope you decide to comply with our rules. I am happy to comply with your request.
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Packers are going to have to make sure that producers are complying with the law.
Under Title III, if you're a tenant, check your lease to see who's responsible for complying with the Act.
Although staff size is comparable, complying programs have a much higher number of people with disabilities on staff than non-compliers.
In other words, a finding that reasonable cause existed for the failure should wipe the slate clean for purposes of the filer's "history of complying with the information reporting requirement.
The IRS replied to a request from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants by asking for anecdotal evidence regarding the difficulties that firms are encountering in complying with these and other tax rules.
Complying with a law that lights the way to safety today will, undoubtedly, brighten tomorrow for all those who live, work and build in our City.
A partnership following the existing proposed regulations, for all tax years prior to the 1998 effective date of the proposed amendments, would be treated as fully complying with the partnership filing requirements for those tax years.
Therefore, it seems that if the two conditions are met, the developer may be able to include the estimated costs in the basis of the lots sold without complying with Rev.