Transmittal letter

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Transmittal letter

A letter describing the contents and purpose of a transaction delivered with a security that is changing ownership.

Transmittal Letter

A letter describing a transaction of a security. That is, a transmittal letter states the nature of a trade and the number of shares contained therein. A transmittal letter is sent with security certificates when they change ownership.
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In transmittal letters dated February 12 but only released on Friday, Malacanang appointed two prosecutors to the DOJ's prosecution staff, three provincial prosecutors, and 11 city prosecutors.
This was contained in two separate transmittal letters sent to Chief Justice Maria Lourdes P.
Members also can access the revised chapters and related HUD transmittal letters that further describe the issuance of Chapters 3 and 4 by visiting www.
Explain use of roads, utilities, and support facilities in your transmittal letters
Policy transmittal letters from brokers to their clients often contain "boilerplate" language, the purpose of which is quite evident: Reduce E&O claims
Students can also refer to this book if they are asked to submit transmittal letters with their projects.
Elsewhere, there are rules for writing sales letters, tips for writing transmittal letters, and rules for developing executive summaries.
The IRS recommends the employer keep copies of the form, transmittal letters and any other documentation related to the tax credit for three years after claiming the Credit on a tax return.
The Florida rule could be seen as a clever attempt to advertise the licensed accountants (CPAs) in non-licensed transmittal letters that are paid for by the non-licensed accountant and business customer.
The state auditors said they also had difficulty tracking down Emano's entire expenses for the two years because other disbursements lacked documentary requirements, such as transmittal letters.
Improvements desired: Improved manuals, ability to reprint 1040 organizer, improved customization of transmittal letters, extension of tax review system to business products, quicker updates, increased speed, ability to view output on screen, increased sophistication of diagnostics.
This term ('report') does not include cover letters or transmittal letters attached by an unlicensed person to a financial statement prepared by such person if such cover letter or transmittal letter does not substantially employ language conventionally used by licensees in reports respecting audits, reviews or compilations of financial statements and if the word 'report' does not appear in any place on such cover letter or transmittal letter.