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I got below question in a letter. I would like to be 100% sure to understand the question before answering... "  There have been no known or reported violations of local laws and regulations or other questionable acts, which could materially affect the reliability of Company Inc."... As because there is a "no" after "have been" if I answer yes, does it means that there is not violations?

have Been no asked Jan 07 at 15:25 Amilcar New member

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Correct. There have been no reported violations. However, this does not mean that there were no violations in the past. It just means that there were none reported. Tricky, huh? Regardless, it's a pretty fair bet that the company is reliable. Good luck!

 

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link comment answered Jan 10 at 00:20 Karen OKeefe Contributor

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