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Remit

To pay for purchases by cash, check, or electronic transfer.

Remit

To send money to remove an obligation or liability, especially electronically or through a wire service. For example, if one receives a speeding ticket and wires the city government the fine, one is said to have remitted the speeding ticket. As a noun, "remittance" also refers to the amount of money that is sent.

remit

To send payment for goods or services.
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A board of directors remit that it, rather than the AGM, establish NZNO's overall strategic direction and policy, and update members at the AGM, was lost.
The 'State Bank Xpress Money Remit Card' enables the beneficiary to withdraw cash from ATMs and directly pay for goods & services at Point-of-Sale (PoS) terminals on the VISA network.
6404(g)(1)), interest would be suspended until the date the amended return was filed or 21 days thereafter if the taxpayer did not remit payment of the additional tax owed with the amended return.
A remit calling for a "pay jolt" in the upcoming district health board multi-employer collective agreement negotiations was passed.
The requirement to collect and remit EU VAT will expire after three years.
A constitutional log would not prevent members putting forward remits for change but could potentially add structure to the process of amendments.
When entering into a contract to construct or improve real property, the contractor is generally regarded as the ultimate user of the property and must either pay a tax on materials used to fulfill the contract at the time of purchase or remit use tax to the taxing state at the time the materials are committed to the contract.
The state remits 18-1/2% of total sales tax receipts to its municipalities based on the amount collected within each jurisdiction.
This will allow groups to review remits against the model, to assess whether they conflict with the constitution's original intent.
Jarrett said to prevent relapse and recurrence depressed patients who have responded to antidepressant medication routinely continue taking the medication after their depression remits.
The advent of the new constitution has resulted in many more remits than normal.
Following other remits (or amended remits) passed by conference, NZNO will: