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As per revised schedule of payment, the allotees can make payment of first instalment till February, 28, 2014, second instalment till April, 30, 2014, third instalment till June, 30, 2014, fourth instalment till August, 31, 2014, fifth instalment till October , 31, 2014 and 6th instalment till December, 31, 2014.
If a fiduciary delegates responsibility to make payment to an attorney, he assumes the responsibility for the attorney's actions.
At present, PSO has to make payments worth Rs84 bn to refineries for purchasing oil and gas.
The apex bank said that it would not make payments for mutilated, altered or defaced currency notes after the end of this year.
According to (http://www.cnet.com/news/document-sheds-light-on-samsungs-payments-to-microsoft-over-android/) CNet , Samsung paid $1 billion that it was supposed to in 2013, but Microsoft claims that Samsung failed to make payments for two years on time because Samsung owes $6.9 million in damages.
1441 for withholding agents (such as financial institutions) that make payments of U.S.-source dividends, interest, rents, royalties and other fixed or determinable, annual or periodical (FDAP) income to foreign persons; see Rev.
If you fail to make payments on your credit card accounts, these funds will be used to cover your obligations.
However its parent company, UAL, believes it does not have to make payments on special-facilities revenue bonds originally intended for airport-improvement projects, due to restrictions put in place after the airline sought federal bankruptcy protection in December.
The government wants a recent decree issued by the European Union, making it equally expensive to make payments in euros between EU countries as within a single country, to also cover payments in Swedish crowns.
We told them that we expected them to continue to make payments."
Taxpayers can make payments 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from home or office.
"The contractor is excused from performance where the owner refuses to permit him to proceed, fails to provide the required means to complete the contract, or fails to make payments provided by the contract, including installment payments."