Unfreeze


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Unfreeze

To remove a restriction on an account, asset, or anything else. For example, a government may unfreeze salaries that it previously controlled, or a bank may unfreeze an account after a debt has been repaid.
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Explaining further, Sivananthan said today's application was for the MACC to unfreeze the final two CDS bank accounts belonging to his client.
You'll be assigned a PIN number for use whenever you want to unfreeze your file or later refreeze it.
Credit bureaus, Wyden said, charge consumers recurring fees as high as $15 each time they use their PIN numbers to freeze or unfreeze their credit reports.
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Altogether, the United States is obliged to unfreeze $4.2 billion by July 20.
The agreement will see the United States unfreeze billions in Iranian assets while the EU notably suspends a 2012 ban on insuring and transporting Iranian crude oil.
He invited a team from the Libyan authorities to come to Malta and make the necessary fact finding to enable them to unfreeze the assets in line with international law.
PNN On Monday 3rd December, Foreign and Commonwealth Office spokesperson said in a statement that they deplore the recent Israeli government decision to build 3,000 new housing units and unfreeze development in the E1 block.
Summary: The European Union decided Wednesday to unfreeze all funds and assets of the Central Bank of Libya and the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank held in the bloc.
other countries to unfreeze billions of dollars to help Libyans build their
Summary: The UN has agreed to unfreeze nearly 1.6 billion US dollars in Libyan currency, held in Britain, to assist the people of Libya.