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voe

(vəʊ; Scottish vo)
n
(Physical Geography) (in Orkney and Shetland) a small bay or narrow creek
[C17: from Old Norse vagr]
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Changes Affecting Only VOE Limited Partnerships and Similar Entities
Most VOE practitioners (78 percent) strongly agree or agree that their top management listens and responds to employee feedback.
Through this platform, lenders can automate the ordering of Equifax VOEs to reduce the time and errors associated with manual VOE-ordering processes.
Because of employment volatility and ongoing concern with fraud and misrepresentation, the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) have tightened their employment-verification policy in underwriting and particularly at closing, stating that a VOE must be pulled within 10 days of a mortgage or loan note date.
He made off in a blue Peugeot 306, reg Y116 VOE which had been reported stolen from the Moseley area of Birmingham on March 22.
Due to employment volatility and ongoing concern with fraud and misrepresentation, the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) have tightened their employment-verification policy in underwriting and particularly at closing--stating that a VOE must be pulled within 10 days of a mortgage or loan note date.
Order Title Reports and Verifications of Employment (VOE) and Income (VOI) through the Services Menu: Title Reports, VOEs and VOIs can now be ordered the same way as Credit and Flood - with a few mouse clicks.
VOE is designed to displace coaxial cable-based CCTV by allowing end users to build an entire complex of security cameras that runs over an existing Ethernet computer network.