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demand loan

n.
A loan repayable on demand at any time.

demand loan

n
(Banking & Finance) another name for call loan

call′ loan`


n.
a loan repayable on demand.
[1850–55]
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Noun1.demand loan - a loan that is repayable on demand
loan - the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
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The state bills and fees which can be cleared at the Pay e-Cheque portal presently include general demand notes, tax demand notes, business registration fees, Tax Reserve Certificates, and stamp duties.
A Guide Book of United States Paper Money appears in its fourth updated edition to pair a history and price guide under one cover, and describes in detail every federal note from the very rare Demand Notes of 1861 to current paper money.
65 mm pistol, two bullets, two hand grenades, demand notes, two mobiles along with four SIMs were recovered from their procession.
This was informed by the Commissioner Hyderabad Ahmed Bux Narejo while presiding over meeting here on Wednesday for issuance of Provisional Demand Notes to activate water filtration plants planned under Phase-I.
Demand notes later found at his home had been rejected by Page for not being polite enough.
This step was taken to clear the backlog of the erstwhile issued demand notes of the Prohibited Bore Weapon licenses.
The Tax Court ruled the advances were not loans because they were unsecured, were demand notes with no fixed maturity date, lacked an unconditional obligation of repayment and would not be repaid unless Indmar recorded a profit.
Mellon Financial Corporation today announced that it has been selected to serve as the processing agent for GMAC Financial Services' $9 billion Demand Notes program, which is an investment opportunity offered to members of the GM family.
Dr Rob Barnett, secretary of the local medical committee, said employees who demand notes for short-term illnesses were wasting NHS cash.
Dr Rob Barnett, secretary of the local medical committee, said employers who demand notes for short-term illnesses were wasting NHS cash.
The two sons signed noninterest-bearing demand notes, which had a stated maturity if no demand for payment was made; no collateral or security was required.
The Company was further able to extend the repayment date on $658,497 of demand notes to July 31, 2007.