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disbursement

a cost incurred by a lawyer other than fees; in Scotland, an outlay.

DISBURSEMENT. Literally, to take money out of a purse. Figuratively, to pay out money; to expend money; and sometimes it signifies to advance money.
     2. A master of a ship makes disbursements, whether with his own money or that of the owner, when he defrays expenses for the ship.
     3. An executor, guardian, trustee, or other accountant, is said to have made disbursements when he expended money on account of the estate which he holds. These, when properly made, are always allowed in the settlement of the accounts.

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The Finance Division has asked the Accountant General Pakistan Revenue, the Military Accountant General and Chief Account Officer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that Eid-ul-Azha will be celebrated on 22nd or 23rd August (depending on the sighting of the moon), it is, therefore, requested that arrangement may kindly be made to disburse the salary and pension for the month of August 2018 in advance, to the federal government servants, armed forces and pensioners on August 17.
The Public Finance Act directs the national government to disburse county funds quarterly.
Cash Suvidha has also recently partnered with StoreKing-a rural digitisation and commerce optimisation platform, to jointly disburse loans worth nearly USD 6 million by the end of the current financial year.
Adamu commended the Federal Government for its efforts to diversify the nation's economy with a special focus on agriculture, through which the CBN facilitated an N250-billion intervention fund under ABP for BOA to disburse to beneficiaries.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front (PIAF) has appreciated the government for its commitment to disburse outstanding refunds of exporting industry.
LAHORE -- The trade and industry appreciated the decision of the government to disburse up to Rs100 billion towards outstanding refunds belonging to exporting industry.
Tata Capital, an Indian financial services provider primarily focused on infrastructure and private equity, has said that it would disburse around INR50bn for clean energy projects over five years.
The three-year-old fund, a joint effort between the city and state, was slated to be allocated by the now defunct Board of Estimate, and is now the subject of a fight between the Council and Mayor's office over who will disburse the money.
Amongst specialized banks, ZTBL could disburse only Rs 13.6 billion or 20% against its target of Rs 69.5 billion while PPCBL achieved 19.6% of its target by disbursing Rs 1.76 billion during the period under review.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front (PITA) has appreciated the government's commitment to disburse outstanding refunds of exporting industry.
Amongst specialized banks, ZTBL could disburse only Rs 9.3 billion or 13.5% against its target of Rs 69.5 billion and PPCBL attained 15% of its target by disbursing Rs 1.36 billion in the period under review.