due bill


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due bill

n.
A written acknowledgment of indebtedness to a particular party but not payable to the party's order or transferable by endorsement.

due bill

n
(Commerce) chiefly US a document acknowledging indebtedness, exchangeable for goods or services
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The NYSE will attach a due bill to the shares of the company on the record date of 19 January 2018, which represents the right to receive the distribution to be paid on 26 January 2018.
gen Chandel was that he did not pay the due bill he owed to officer Brig Chatterjee, who got him furniture for the former's personal use.
The due bill redemption date will be March 13, 2014.
He entered the defendant's office and showed him the due bill but the accused became angry and began shouting.
In just about a month the past due bill ballooned to more than Dh600, including over-limit and late payment fees.
During one taping of "The Capital Gang," Margaret Carlson recalls being flummoxed when Bob Novak shouted at her: "what's the due bill on that?
The New York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange have determined to implement due bill trading in connection with the Share Split.
Since the record date of 24 April, the company's stock has been trading on a due bill (rather than an ex dividend) basis and will continue to do so until the close of business on 4 May.
to pay its past due bill of $60 million for cost overruns on the Hollywood line.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 28, 2014-CareTrust REIT reports NASDAQ due bill trading requirements for the USD5.