Holdover


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Holdover

1. A check received too late in the day to be processed. Holdovers are local or in-state, but a hold is placed on them until the next business day. See also: Check hold.

2. See: Holdover tenant.
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They later subdivided the 2 MOA bars with a shorter bar in between, giving the shooter more precision in his holdover, calling it the NP-R1.
Civil court judge Howard Malatzky agreed with the tenant/shareholder and dismissed the holdover petition, ruling that the dog was maintained, in an open and notorious manner and that the landlord had knowledge of the presence of the dog since its employees were aware of the dog from the time the dog was brought into the development.
30 to avoid any holdovers," said Brillantes in a press briefing.
Nonetheless, the trial court granted the tenant's application, such that the judgment and warrant were vacated and the holdover petition dismissed.
Having them as holdovers would defeat the purpose of experimenting whether the barangays can function without the SK council," he said.
With any move, Somoza said, "It's a matter of communicating with the tenant moving out, and determining if the space will be vacant, or if there will be a potential holdover.
Utilizing the new GPS feature, the TimeProvider can serve as a standalone PRS, generating a stratum-1 quality time and frequency signal to the network and the addition of Rubidium oscillators will extend the holdover signal in the case of a GPS outage.
Landlords commencing holdover proceedings should promptly reject any rent payments until advised otherwise by counsel.
The ProsoftTraining name was a holdover from the time when a significant portion of the company's revenues were derived from providing training services.
These disputes tend to arise via a holdover in which the owner asserts that the person in occupancy is not the tenant and, therefore, has no entitlement to occupancy.
Johnson joined former coach Bob Toledo's staff for the 2000 season, and was the only remaining holdover.
At that point, the owner is in a position to serve a holdover petition and put the matter on the calendar of the court.