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benefit society

n
(Insurance) a US term for friendly society
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Just think of it - a drug that would counteract habitforming modes of behaviour and, if universally medicated, benefit societies by freeing them from induced, commercially-motivated impulsions.
He praised the effective role of the public benefit societies, among them Jaber Al-Ali Alzheimer, backing the ministry's efforts, noting that mobile care teams rose from 14 to 26 in 18 months.
CO-OPERATIVE AND COMMUNITY BENEFIT SOCIETIES ACT 2014 Notice of Cancellation pursuant to section 5 of the Act Notice is hereby given that the Authority has, pursuant to the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, this day cancelled the registration of Dingle Community Learning Programme Limited (Register No.
CO-OPERATIVE AND COMMUNITY BENEFIT SOCIETIES ACT 2014 Notice of Cancellation pursuant to section 5 of the Act Notice is hereby given that the Authority has pursuant to the above mentioned section this day cancelled the registration of Union Shop Co-operative Limited (Register No.
GCU has a rich history stemming from its Eastern European founders, and now has the largest asset base of all fraternal benefit societies domiciled in Pennsylvania.
Kuwait City: Kuwait Finance House (KFH) CEO Mazen Al-Saad Al-Nahedh stated that KFH works on supporting and reinforcing the State plans to alleviate services level and support official authorities, corporations, ministries and public benefit societies in their activities and projects.
Affected insurers and benefit societies must try to determine where benefits payments are due, locate beneficiaries, make payments, and report on the initial results by Sept.
That's a relevant benefit not only for fraternal members--but also for the individuals and organizations supported by fraternal benefit societies in communities across the country every day.
Fraternal benefit societies are nonprofit, mutual aid organizations that insure members and their families against death, disease and disability, and maintain an active lodge system.
While not tightly defined in this work, the social economy is roughly those associations, mutual benefit societies, and cooperatives that in principle place individuals and communities over profit and is in some ways analogous to and overlaps with what is called the non- profit sector in the United States.
Albany, NY--February 13, 2008--Fraternal benefit societies would be provided with the same opportunities to engage in investment practices that are currently provided to life insurance companies under legislation passed in the New York State Assembly.