loan collection


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loan collection

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(Art Terms) a number of works of art lent by their owners for a temporary public exhibition
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Noun1.loan collection - a number of pictures loaned by their owners for exhibitionloan collection - a number of pictures loaned by their owners for exhibition
art collection - a collection of art works
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Tenders are invited for Implementation of Loan Collection Software for Retail Loans.
Further, the Department of Education is now charged with the responsibility of ensuring that student loan collection agencies charge borrowers reasonable fees and actually help return borrowers to good standing.
The New Zealand government's student loan collection overseas has netted $150 million in additional payments.
PIECES created by four West Midlands-based artists have been bought by the biggest loan collection of contemporary British art in the UK.
Those who fail to return short loan collection items at the University of Warwick are charged PS1 per hour - and even part hour.
It emerged yesterday that Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank are looking to sell Picture's loan collection service to a South Wales-based financial services company.
The relationship lender's special loan collection skill makes loans illiquid and hard to sell or borrow against.
Kazuo Matsuda, will resign as head of the nonbank moneylender after the government issues a reprimand for its aggressive loan collection tactics, industry sources said Thursday.
To begin with, Congress kept the IRS out of loan collection.
Brandes' work has garnered him awards and exhibitions, and has been published in the Professional Photographers of America Master Loan Collection.
Further, these court decisions may discourage even normal loan collection practices out of concern that they will be found to constitute management.
The report also shows that the Bank s loan collection rate hit 99 percent of the 2.