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re·mit

 (rĭ-mĭt′)
v. re·mit·ted, re·mit·ting, re·mits
v.tr.
1. To transmit (money) in payment.
2.
a. To refrain from exacting (a tax or penalty, for example); cancel.
b. To pardon; forgive: remitted their sins.
3. To restore to a former condition or position.
4. Law
a. To refer (a case) to another court for further consideration or action.
b. To refer (a matter) to a committee or authority for decision.
5. To allow to slacken: The storm remitted its fury.
v.intr.
1. To transmit money.
2. To diminish; abate: The symptoms of the disease remitted.
n. (rĭ-mĭt′, rē′mĭt)
1. A matter remitted for further consideration.
2. Chiefly British An area of responsibility; scope.

[Middle English remitten, to send back, from Latin remittere : re-, re- + mittere, to send.]

re·mit′ment n.
re·mit′ta·ble adj.
re·mit′ter n.

remitter

(rɪˈmɪtə)
n
1. (Law) Also: remittor a person who remits
2. (Commerce) Also: remittor a person who remits
3. (Law) property law the principle by which a person out of possession of land to which he or she had a good title is adjudged to regain this when he or she again enters into possession of the land
Translations

remitter

[rɪˈmɪtəʳ] Nremitente mf

remitter

n (= sender)Überweiser(in) m(f)
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However, we have sent a tracer to the remitter bank and will update our customer, the Beneficiary, upon receiving their feedback.
The minimum size of the transaction should be $200 or above and the remitter and the beneficiary should not be charged any remittance fee.
employers in the 403b plan are required to use the agency~s tpaservices, including both the remitter service and the transaction approval process.
EY said that it identified Quartell as the remitter associated with four transactions to Balec Ventures, a BVI company which served as a front company for Syria's Scientific Studies Research Centre (SSRC), a Damascus-based organisation in charge of developing, inter alia, chemical weapons for the regime of Syria's totalitarian ruler Bashar Al Assad.
33) By January 2016, the numbers had declined to just under 5,700 registered in the three categories: 81 remitter network providers, 5,100 affiliates of remitter network providers, and 510 independent remittance dealers.
Transactions are initiated by the remitter in Qatar using two-factor authentication.
Receivers of remittances - mainly households and families - that are sent through official or unofficial channels, who use these remittances for their own needs or to upkeep or purchase new assets for the remitter.
More importantly, if remittance amount is bigger than usual, then the remitter is required to submit proof for source of funds," said the Fawri chief.
Asif Iqbal Doha Despite digital innovation, 94 percent of the remittance still happens with the remitter going to the exchange house to make the transaction, an official of a money transfer company has said.
Saudi Arabia has emerged as the Middle East and North African (MENA) region's largest overall remitter of funds to other countries around the world, and the number one transmitter of remittances to Egypt within the region, according to World Bank figures for April 2016.
However, fund transfers originating from the US may not indicate locations of the remitter due to a common practice of remittance operators to use correspondent banks which are mostly based in the US.
We assumed that the non-remitter group with late-onset depression at 24 weeks had impairment in executive function, therefore had similar impairment in CVFT to the patients in the above study (13) and that the remitter group had similar performance to the healthy controls.