Agency Bill

Agency Bill

1. A bill of exchange that a client takes out from a local branch of a foreign bank.

2. See: Agency security.
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Hughes said Republicans were pushing the end-of-life measures as amendments to the health agency bill, also known as a Sunset bill, after they were unable to pass them on the House floor.
Andy Burnham, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, said last night: "These new figures show the agency bill now going through the roof.
The YouTube and Twitter bans, intelligence agency bill, constitutional violations and Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) bill are sufficient to suspend the talks.
Babatunde Fashola, gave his assent to the Lagos State Consumer Protection Agency Bill, stating that the purpose of the law was to protect consumers and to ensure that they get value for their money.
Mr Kenny also said the National Treasury Management Agency bill would be brought before the House in January.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Government has given final shape to the draft of Drug Regulatory Agency Bill, under which the new name suggested for the agency is Drug Regulatory Authority Bill.
The initiative is already producing results as over the three months to August George Eliot saved pounds 1million by cutting its agency bill.
This comprehensive all-lines billing solution for property-casualty carriers features strong direct bill features, and now offers agency bill capability that provides:
Modern systems typically have direct bill to the policyholder, agency bill, account bill--multiple policy billing--and split bill--one policy being billed to multiple individuals," says Conlon.
High current account deficit a cause of concernurrent account deficit and average inflation in 2011-12 likely to be less than current yearublic Debt Management Agency Bill to be introduced next financial year (ANI)
Cardiff came out on top in a breakdown of by local authority, but the Vale of Glamorgan's hefty agency bill will come as a surprise to many.