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 as regards the letter of advice, I am charmed to find that it has reached you; that will spare me the troublesome and disagreeable task of coming to you for money myself.
"Permit me to inform you, Count," said he, bowing, "that I have received a letter of advice from Thomson & French, of Rome."
'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."
Our office will provide Pagcor with the revised copy of the draft MOA for her final review with the attached letter from the Executive Secretary to the DBM [Department of Budget and Management] and the subsequent letter of advice of NCA [notice of cash allocation] issued by the DBM,' read the statement.
The letter of advice from the Independent Financial Adviser will be included in the circular in relation to entering into the Mutual Coal Supply Agreement, the Mutual Supplies and Services Agreement and the Financial Services Agreement to be dispatched by the Company to the Shareholders in due course.
Following complaint to the NJC by one Princewill Ukegbu, the Council issued a letter of advice to Justice K.
The letter of advice to residents reads: "It has been brought to our attention that there has been friction between residents/drivers regarding parking on the street.
Platt said the judiciary was mostly self-governing when he was appointed to the District Court bench in 1986, but that judicial evaluations are coming.<br />"The issue now for judicial evaluations isn't should therebe judicial evaluations or not, it's how are we going to do it?" he said.<br />The Commission on Judicial Disabilities did not use to be the formal process it is now, he said.The contemplated changes to the Maryland Rules would allow the commission to dismiss a complaint with a confidential letter of advice or offer a private meeting with a peer review panel to evaluate the matter and offer advice.<br />"The judicial discipline process has become a substitute for judicial evaluations," said Platt, who writes a monthly column for The Daily Record.
He said a letter of advice was also sent to CTO Capt (retd) Bilal Iftikhar instructing him to control the traffic mess on roads and in markets and bazaars in order to facilitate the citizens.