letter of advice


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letter of advice

n
(Commerce) a commercial letter giving a specific notification, such as the consignment of goods
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But I have not received any letter of advice from anywhere respecting anybody of the name of Blandois.
He did not present himself next day, though the letter of advice came duly to hand.
He immediately made him out free papers; deposited a sum of money in the hands of the Quaker, to be judiciously used in assisting him to start in life, and left a very sensible and kind letter of advice to the young man.
There was a letter of advice about the gold, saying it would probably go in the Lady Jermyn; and another about Rattray and his schooner, which had just sailed; the young gentleman was known to the police out there.
The letter of advice from the Independent Financial Adviser in respect of the Leasing and Factoring Business Cooperation Agreement will be included in the circular to be despatched by the Company in due course.
Of all the conviction cases, none required referral to the tribunal, 34 per cent were referred for a review of the nurses' fitness to practise and, in a further 30 per cent, the PCC recommended the council send the nurse a letter of advice.
Yet in a letter of advice to Julien printed in this week's Western Mail Week End magazine Russell warns him that there is no escaping the barbs of the trolls.
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A LETTER of advice from Beatles legend John Lennon to a young singer has been made public for the first time.
The General Staff said in a statement posted in its web-page, "recently the media transmitted some news reports claiming that there was a third letter of advice.
London, May 2 (ANI): A letter of advice by poet William Wordsworth has sold for 8,825 pounds at an auction.
Drivers who had left goods on display in their cars but could not be contacted can expect a letter of advice in the coming days.