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The ability to hire and fire employees, the authority to disburse funds (as distinguished from the authorization to sign checks) and the holding of a corporate office are viewed by all of the circuits above as important indicators of liability for the TFRP.
He said the IMF will disburse the 3 billion dollar portion in three stages, but gave no details.
M-PESA Surepay is also being used by other customers to pay salaries for staff who live in areas that are not covered effectively by financial institutions, and will soon be used to disburse loans to farmers who need to buy inputs.
Paula O'Toole, spokesperson for State Senator Manfred Orhenstein said that when a number of bills were changed during "clean-up" for the new Charter, there was never an agreement forged between the Mayor and Council on who will disburse the funds.
For the 2006 academic year, the program will disburse a total of $261,000 from 10 named scholarship funds to more than 200 hospitality management students.
The SMIDB will disburse loans to SMEs with the use of Ks 20 billion.
Accenture's support of the COD system enables the Department of Education to disburse approximately $25 billion in Pell Grants and Direct Loans annually.
Amongst specialized banks, ZTBL could disburse only Rs 13.
There are a number of servicers that indicated that they will follow Fannie Mae's new guidelines, which will allow servicers to choose to disburse a single payment for repair and restoration or release funds in a series (and maintain the remainder in escrow as work is completed) based on the circumstances for borrowers current on the mortgage as long as there was no total or near-total loss.