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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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Four Pistols, three hand grenades, few rounds ammunitions, some incriminating documents and demand notes of KLO were also recovered from the terrorists.
Besides, electric meters are not being installed despite payments of demand notes from interested people.
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.
In addition to descriptions, photographs, and market valuations, the introduction to the book offers advice for new collectors and information on grading currency, types of currency, storage and care, interest bearing notes, demand notes, legal tender notes, national bank notes, treasury notes, gold and silver certificates, and more.
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.
6m of demand notes, issued earlier together with accrued interest and USD750,000 of new funds.
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.
180m) variable-rate demand notes series 2011 of US investment and project management firm Vulcan Inc.
Demand notes later found at his home had been rejected by Page for not being polite enough.
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.
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.