moneylending


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moneylending

[ˈmʌnɪˌlendɪŋ] Npréstamo m
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The Ministry of Law (MinLaw) announced a comprehensive set of measures to stem the increase in moneylending activities targeting foreigners (work pass holders).
A Filipino woman and a Singaporean man were arrested on May 12 for allegedly administering unauthorized moneylending services, as reported by Channel News Asia.
Imran Khan had put the country's honour at stake by collecting donations from people in his capacity as prime minister and seeking loans from governments and international moneylending institutions though he had claimed that he would never take loans, he said.
I owed money to a friend and a moneylending agency, but there was no case filed against me.
The government expects this microfinance scheme to veer small businesses from onerous moneylending.
As the money used when praying for the dead Amangkurat II was undefiled 'reyal pure in intent', we may assume that the king's earnings from moneylending would have been structured so as to avoid Islamic law's condemnation of usury.
But Francis, who boasted of his hooliganism in 1997 book The Guvnor of Wrestling, is now serving four and a half years for illegal moneylending and money laundering.
In November, twoadditional private moneylenders were approved.The regulations onmoney lending aim toregulate private moneylending and ensure thatit is brought under thepurview of the financialsector.
Thomas Aquinas on original justice and the justice of Christ: a case study on Christological soteriology and Catholic moral theology, and whether usury is still a sin: Thomas Aquinas on the justice and injustice of moneylending. The volume also includes reports from the Association's officers.
The action is being taken in response to concerns raised about the harm illegal moneylending is causing to people.
Twenty-one documents found in the National Archives have revealed that glove and leather-maker John Shakespeare was plunged into financial and legal troubles after being accused by professional informers of illegal moneylending and wool-dealing.
Twenty-one papers from the National Archives reveal they accused glove and leather-maker John Shakespeare of illegal moneylending and wool-dealing.