Utility Bill

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Utility Bill

The amount a household or office is expected to pay for electricity, water and/or gas each month. Utility bills vary according to one's usage. However, many local and national governments regulate the profits of utility companies, limiting the amount they can charge customers. Utility bills are almost always a significant business expense. See also: Dow Jones Utility Average.
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LAHORE -- A condemnation resolution has been filed in Punjab Assembly (PA) against using Diamir Bhasha Dam funds by the government to pay Utility Bills.
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OKARA -- The alternate dispute resolution (ADR) centre received 245 cases, including 175 related to utility bills, under the supervision of the district and sessions judge during September and October.
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Summary: Utility bills, rents and tenancy contracts will be part of the credit score in future.
In 2016 over a quarter of Cypriots, 26.6 per cent, were in arrears with their mortgage, rent or other obligations, such as utility bills or hire purchase payments, compared with 10.4 per cent across the EU on average, Eurostat revealed on Tuesday.

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