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12th of June, 1745, for instance, a sum of seventy pounds had plainly become due to someone, and there was nothing but six crosses to explain the cause.
Matthew Bagnet, and by you accepted, for the sum of ninety-seven pounds four shillings and ninepence, will become due to-morrow, when you will please be prepared to take up the same on presentation.
GW has announced it will make contingent milestone payments to Otsuka, the first of which would become due once FDA approves Sativex and thereafter further payments would become due upon the achievement of certain annual sales thresholds of Sativex in the United States.
There is no news though that earlier taken loans become due for payment Thursday.
According to the firm's arguments, more than a year had passed after the salaries had become due.
Different national institutions including power generation as well distribution companies have to pay the amount Rs 138541 million to Pakistan State Oil (PSO) on 15 March out of which payment of Rs 117494 million has become due.
The Government has informed that the utilization certificates from the States for the Central funds released in 2008-09 would become due on 01-04-2010 and for the Central funds being released during the current financial year, 2009-10 the utilization certificates from the States would become due on 01-04-2011.
A penalty equal to 50 percent of the interest from the original due date through March 31, 2005 for amounts that become due and payable after March 31, 2005.
3) Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), where all or any part of the consideration for a taxable supply has not been paid or become due on or before the last day of the calendar month immediately following the first calendar month in which
In addition, there was no agreement between the taxpayer and the other partners to indemnify him for any amounts that would become due as a result of his guarantee.