Direct Claim

Direct Claim

A financial claim issued by a deficit unit to acquire funds for investment in real assets.
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What truth to the surface of common things, to their direct claim on our interest!
has an online tool at which.co.uk/consumer-rights/advice/ how-to-reclaim-mis-sold-ppi where you can make a direct claim with a loan provider.
In fact, with the emergence at the turn of the sixteenth century of the rival Safavid Dynasty in Persia, whose rulers laid direct claim to descent from a powerful Sufi order in their own right, many Sufi groups chose to side with the Ottomans' enemies.
the contractor has no direct claim to the complete retrieval of the quantities used.
Though there's no direct claim that John Lloyd is Idan Cruz, it is not the first time that the actor invited his followers to visit an art exhibit.
Allen and Zeszotarski said that this was not a qui tam action by a private relator, but a direct claim by the government.
This would give holders a direct claim on the central bank, bypassing the banking system and potentially revolutionising the way monetary policy is carried out.
Sports Direct claim Rangers are in breach of a contract which allowed the company to put in a bid to market and distribute the same strips.
The idea of a digital currency giving holders a direct claim on the central bank is under study by Sweden's Riksbank and has been touted by some academics as a way to extend the reach of monetary policy when interest rates on deposits are below zero.
Unlike EPLI policies, GL policies also cover claims for "bodily injury." Although a direct claim for physical assault would likely be subject to the standard policy exclusion for injuries that are "expected or intended," some courts have found that this exclusion does not apply to a claim against a company for the negligent hiring or supervision of an individual who commits a sexual assault.
If this is not possible then the employee can make a direct claim to the Insolvency Service using form RP1, available on the Insolvency Service website.
Aratusa, the New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division held that an injured restaurant patron could bring a direct claim against the restaurant's insurance intermediary that failed to renew a general liability policy.