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Variant of lodgment.
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Noun1.lodgement - bringing a charge or accusation against someone
allegation - (law) a formal accusation against somebody (often in a court of law); "an allegation of malpractice"
2.lodgement - the state or quality of being lodged or fixed even temporarily; "the lodgment of the balloon in the tree"
fixity, fastness, fixedness, secureness, fixture - the quality of being fixed in place as by some firm attachment
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"'Nay, fair sir, a tramp, a man of devious ways and strange lodgements and multifarious--'
The next day he returned the original key to Brus, telling the old man that he had not used it after all, since mature reflection had convinced him of the folly of his contemplated adventure, especially in one whose youth was past, and in whose joints the night damp of the Thames might find lodgement for rheumatism.
According to him, on the same Aug.4, there were also cash lodgements in the sums of N35million, N35million, N24million, N20million and N14 million respectively.
'But I can tell you in terms of the caseload what we're seeing for lodgements. There have been significant increases in the migration and refugee side of things, but particularly in the refugee caseload a large number of Malaysian applications.
Donegal TD, Pearse Doherty, said, 'The bank has confirmed that it shall no longer offer over-the-counter cash lodgements or over-the-counter cash withdrawals, as well as no longer providing currency exchange or coin exchange at these four bank branches.
Lodgements which were made during this time using an ATM have not appeared in customers' accounts immediately.
In the space of 12 months, the number of GovReports users and lodgements has increased, mostly through referrals, by 25 times, indicating wide adoption of the software amongst bookkeepers and accountants.
Sir Ian Hamilton in command of the Gallipoli operation (September); despite the government's avowed commitment to maintain the precarious beachhead there, he recommended withdrawal, and his persistence eventually secured permission to evacuate the Gallipoli lodgements; he accomplished this with brilliant deception and minimal losses (December 1915-January 1916); returned to serve briefly on the Western Front (1916); was sent to India as commander in chief (October 1916-1920); died in 1929.
"The fact Ulster Bank account holders can only avoid these fees by making monthly lodgements of [euro]3,000, or by always having [euro]3,000 in their account, means many people will be unable to avoid these fees.
Sydney, Australia, September 25, 2012 --(PR.com)-- From 1st July 2013, tax practitioners need to be registered with the Tax Practitioner Board (TPB), to submit electronic lodgements and achieve on time lodgement performance of 85% of client base.
They can also choose to accumulate the minimum amount by making regular lodgements of at least EUR25.