Cut Off Date

Cut Off Date

The date prescribed in the unclaimed property law in most states for determining the items of property that must be turned over to the state. See: Escheat.

Cut Off Date

1. In property law, the date at which an unclaimed security or other property is turned over to the state in which the last known owner was last known to reside. See also: Escheat.

2. The date a discount, sale, or other especially lowered price on a product or products expires.

3. The last day of a month in which a bank calculates the activity on its accounts. For example, if the cut off date is the fifteenth of the month, the bank calculates its accounts' activities from the fifteenth of one month to the fifteenth of the next. Statements are based on activities between cut off dates.
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Government had also warned that action will be taken and heavy fines will be imposed on vehicles being used for commercial purpose if they fail to token tax till cut off date .
Mandviwalla, also decided that the strategic wheat reserve of one million ton, if required, might be maintained by the Pakistan Agriculture Storage and Services Corporation (PASSCO) only after the cut off date before the commencement of new procurement.
The Congress is trying to win over slum dwellers by bringing forward the cut off date for regularisaton of slum dwellings.
This follows a ruling by the High Court on December 21 in judicial review proceedings brought by Friends of the Earth and two solar companies, Solar Century and Homesun, that the early cut off date was unlawful.
When I rang to find out where the extra pounds 100 was, I was informed there is a cut off date of September 24.
On the other hand, when we compare the ratio: Volatility in the days that follow the cut-off date/volatility on the days that precede the cut-off date in the case of both kinds of dividends, we see that in compulsory minimum definite dividends the volatility ratio for the days after cut-off date/days prior to the cut off date is 3.28 higher than in provisional dividends, which have a ratio of 1.57, because in the case of compulsory minimum definite dividends there is an excess offer on the day after the cut-off date, which provokes a strong fall in share returns.