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Fund

A comprehensive term for any money that is set aside for a particular purpose or that is accessible for the satisfaction of debts or claims.

The term public funds is a colloquial label for the revenue of a government, state, or Municipal Corporation.

fund

noun accumulation, assets, capital, copia, foundation, fount, hoard, investment, mine, nest egg, pecunia, pool, reserve, reservoir, resources, savings, spring, stock, store, sum of money, supply, well
Associated concepts: available fund, cash funds, commingling of funds, contingent fund, endowment fund, escrow fund, guaranty fund, insurance fund, joint fund, misapplicaaion of funds, misappropriation of funds, permanent funds, reserve fund, residuary fund, trust fund

fund

verb accommodate, accumulate, afford, allot, amass, apportion, bank, be a benefactor, bestow, cache, collect, conserve, contribute, deposit, dispense, dole, donate, endow, endue, equip, finance, furnish, garner, give, give money, grant, hand out, hoard, invest money, keep, keep in reserve, lay in store, lay up, maintain, pay, pay for, present, present money, preserve, provide, provide for, provide money, provide the wherewithal, provision, purvey, reserve, retain, save, save up, settle upon, spare, stock, stockpile, store, subsidize, supply, sustain, treasure, yield
See also: bear, bestow, capitalize, depository, endow, endowment, finance, garner, hoard, principal, provide, provision, reserve, resource, stock, store, supply, treasury, underwrite, yield
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Step-in rights are important as they allow the funder to elect to remedy any breach of the construction contract by the developer (typically a failure to make payment), preventing the contractor from suspending or terminating the contract.
Explaining to funders the need to support play at camp as a critical developmental aspect of childhood is different.
Many of the funders working for foundations were once public health practitioners themselves, and they bring knowledge with them.
52) In a provision that seems contradictory with the investment structure described above, and which is probably meant to provide cover in relation to the rules of professional responsibility that leave absolute control over settlement in clients' hands, the Agreement also states that "the Claimants may at any time without the consent of the Funder either settle or refuse to settle the Claim for any amount.
Assuming the funder for that program operates database tha accepts data imports, whether via email or direct file transfer, the provider will also need to format that data in a way that the funder's system can understan - in essence, 'translating'its data into the funder's language.
Our anecdotal and qualitative conversations suggest this number is considerably lower among the overall funder population.
MrColman added: "The funders had to be assured that once it was up and running, the centre would be able to balance the books.
Rather the potential maximum compensation is largely determined by the funder, or buyer, in the deal.
The "lead funder" approach (where one funder managed the contract on behalf of all other funders) was trialled in 1999-2001 and proved unworkable as no one government agency had the technical expertise and knowledge to advise the provider on all aspects of another government agency's business, and accountability needed to stay with the funding source.