certificate of satisfaction

certificate of satisfaction

A document filed in the public records certifying that a recorded lien on real property has been paid in full.

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At the end of the AO, you can ask the court for a certificate of satisfaction, which costs PS15.
Part-II Examination and are waiting for result can also apply with the certificate of satisfaction from Head Master/Principal of their concerned institution, that he/she will pass examination at least with 50% marks.
The minister directed the Islamabad Inspector General of Police to visit SC personally and supervise all the security arrangements and submit a certificate of satisfaction by 9am on Monday.
An application is made to the Charging Order Court for a Certificate of Satisfaction, stating the case number and enclosing proof from the creditor of full payment.
Terry thought this was a certificate of satisfaction which, once signed, would prevent him from raising any more complaints.
As discussed earlier, (42) while a few states appear to retain the requirement for a marginal notation, (43) today satisfaction typically occurs by means of a recorded certificate of satisfaction or release.
If you pay off a CCJ make sure you get the court to add a certificate of satisfaction to your file.
The replacement provider will obtain a certificate of satisfaction and direction of payment upon completion.
Companies can improve the Dun & Bradsheet failure score if they pay off their CCJs, obtain a 'certificate of satisfaction' and then ensure it is received by D&B by the March 31 deadline.
He should also ask the customer to sign a certificate of satisfaction. The handyman must then collect the check or obtain a credit card number.
A IF you have a receipt to prove that you have paid the money due, you can apply for a Certificate of Satisfaction from the court which should help with your mortgage application.
Within one year, he had completely cleared up his debt and received a "certificate of satisfaction" to confirm to lenders that he had satisfied the terms of his debt.
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