unreceipted

unreceipted

(ˌʌnrɪˈsiːtɪd)
adj
(Accounting & Book-keeping) not supplied with or requiring a receipt
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James concludes his letter to Judge Brudie, "I think it is incumbent on the hospital and the prosecution to recognize the mental illness, to prove that unreceipted purchases were criminal, and to prove that money is in fact missing.
ere was an additional expense claim made for this trip for PS455, but this claim was unreceipted and without breakdown of what was being claimed for.
Those organizations that benefit from sponsorships or unreceipted in-kind support from for-profit firms are able to understate their spending on administration or fundraising and contribute to unrealistic public expectations around what charities ought reasonably to be spending on these functions.
Only MPs staying in hotels would be allowed to claim for the cost of food - scrapping the pounds 25-aday unreceipted "subsistence" allowance - and generous "golden goodbyes" would be phased out.
This is nearly double the previous pounds 4,800-a-year limit for unreceipted claims and will be paid in addition to expenses for mortgage interest, rent, council tax and utility bills.
Also, AMs will no longer be able to claim a flat rate unreceipted food allowance of pounds 30.
Nick Brown, Labour chief whip, is said to have claimed pounds 18,800 over four years in unreceipted expenses for food consumed at his designated second home in Newcastle.
Another allegation concerns his mortgage interest payments amounting to around pounds 6,600 while he claimed for pounds 23,068 - pounds 15 below the maximum - by adding unreceipted claims for food, cleaning, services, repairs, phones and utilities.
Another way to look at the sight of citizens casually passing important documents to strangers in the middle of the night is to consider the large number of developing countries where the notions of self-assessing and even paying taxes would be all but unthinkable--and that's not to mention dropping unreceipted documents at the roadside, in the naive expectation that they would arrive whole, at a prescribed pace, at their intended destination.
Check/cash substitution involves the theft of receipted cash and the deposit of unreceipted checks for receipted cash.
TJX suffered an unauthorized intrusion or intrusions into portions of its computer system that process and store information related to credit and debit card, check and unreceipted merchandise return transactions (the intrusion or intrusions, collectively, the "Computer Intrusion"), which was discovered during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2007, and the related theft of customer data, primarily related to portions of the transactions at its stores (other than Bob's Stores) during the periods 2003 through June 2004 and mid-May 2006 through mid-December 2006.