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v. to deliver money owed.

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In total, the authority paid out more than PS95,000 for people injured by trips and falls.
Figures for 2011/12 show that in Stockton, Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland a total of almost PS10m was paid out in severance packages.
Meanwhile, more than pounds 250,000 has been paid out by the force since 2005-06 in relation to vehicle claims.
Capita said pounds 73bn was paid out by shareholders for new equity - pounds 16bn more than was received in dividends.
It is hoped they will receive 24% of their compensation from a pounds 33m cash pot and that this will be resolved and paid out next year.
We do feel that companies are paying now for over-reaching themselves a few years back when the same policy would have paid out between pounds 100,000 to pounds 110,000, and it must be difficult for customers to accept that just as recently as 2000 their policy would have been worth twice as much.' Some policies, which now have zero bonuses, will not delight customers, Mr McPhail pointed out, but ultimately the figures were better than most.
Energy minister Brian Wilson promised to accelerate handling of the cases, and said he expects the final compensation to be "up to 10 times the sums that have so far been paid out."
November saw GBP81.2m of claims cleared, while December saw GBP158.6m paid out, representing a 100 percent rise in one month.
Under FSA rules, such compensation should be paid out promptly.
The amount paid out in bonuses fell to pounds 4.4bn in 2011/12, less than half the peak of pounds 11.6bn before the financial crisis and the lowest for eight years, according to economics consultancy Cebr.
Chris Franks, the Plaid Cymru member for South Wales Central who highlighted the figures, said: "Across the UK more than pounds 13m was paid out.