overdue bill

See: arrears

overdue bill

a BILL OF EXCHANGE still in circulation beyond the date specified for payment for an unreasonable length of time. Where an overdue bill is sought to be negotiated, such negotiation can only be effected subject to any defect in title affecting the bill at its maturity; after that no person who acquires it can acquire or give a better title than that which the transferor had.
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Together, the California Business Roundtable estimates, they add up to a $90 billion overdue bill for new public facilities.
More likely, the problem is a large overdue bill for crude Sri Lanka bought before 2012 and has never bothered paying for.
Earlier this year the GDN reported that the centre nearly avoided having its power cut off due to an overdue bill, which was partially paid off through donations.
House of Representatives for overwhelmingly passing a long overdue bill to permanently eliminate the flawed SGR formula and put in place important Medicare payment and delivery reforms that will improve the health of the nation," AMA President Robert M.
The fraudulent caller said the SMLD would turn off power in 45 minutes if the overdue bill was not paid.
Conceding that the overdue bill from repairs done by Tishman was undoubtedly a blow to residents, CW said it was moving to "waive a meaningful amount" of the retroactive charges for residents as a gesture of good faith.
Maybe they don't have enough money to pay an overdue bill without bouncing a check, perhaps they need money for Christmas presents or an unexpected financial emergency has popped up.
And he also revealed that the club's phone lines were disconnected on Thursday and were only switched back on again after he stumped up pounds 1,500 to pay the overdue bill.
law firm has asked a state court to order the Christian Coalition to pay an overdue bill and garnishee the group's assets if necessary.
Looking to drive a final stake into the paper, Triplett arranged for one of its creditors to demand the immediate seizure of Mountain Citizen assets as payment for an overdue bill.
The company claimed the court action was a mistake due to the fact that it had sent the overdue bill to a collection agency.
Lawmakers closed the book on one of the most wrenching chapters in Arizona politics by paying what some considered a long overdue bill.