Subject to Verification


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Subject to Verification

A deposit of a check into a bank account to which the depositor has immediate access, but which a bank may alter if it discovers an error. For example, if the deposit slip says $100 but the total deposit only amounts to $90, the bank will remove the remaining $10 from the account. See also: Subject to collection.
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The Committee also discussed total 74 audit paras of the Pakistan Post Office Department, out of which 30 paras were settled as the audit already verified them and also recommended 22 paras for settlement with subject to verification of record by the department to audit.
Tokyo will also agree not to make the document public if it can confirm with the other parties in the talks aimed at denuclearizing North Korea that uranium enrichment and nuclear proliferation activities are also subject to verification, the official said.
However, these varieties will attract a 100% instant refund applied by the seed processor or BSPB, subject to verification of genuine use of the declared variety.
urge North Korea to return to six-party talks expeditiously and without preconditions, and completely dismantle all its nuclear programs in transparent manner subject to verification.
Because many of the saints lived in early Christian times, their history is not always subject to verification today, and many legends grew up about them the veracity of which cannot be checked.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS All claims will be subject to verification.
Companies are required to issue a public report on their environmental issues, subject to verification by independent authorities (who may or may not be public accountants), indicating both past goals and whether they were met and goals for the coming years.
If one believes this -- and again, let me remind us that beliefs are not subject to verification by data; no one needs to display evidence of souls to believe in them -- then the facts of biology so clearly delineated by the President must be deeply unsettling.
Posters are limited to one per school and submissions are subject to verification.
Many errors occur on a random basis and are often easy to spot if data is subject to verification exercises, including comparison with previously collected information," McBarron said.
The overseas vote totals are subject to verification by the Florida Secretary of State's Office and subject to legal challenges by candidates and others.
Signatures on the paperwork are subject to verification by election officials.