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Due

Describing a debt or its maturity. For example, one may say that a $250,000 mortgage is due in 30 years, which means that the mortgage must be completely paid off 30 years from the time of that statement.

due

Of or relating to an obligation or receivable that is outstanding and payable.
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A two-judge bench of the apex court comprising Justice Maqbool Baqar and Justice Sajjad Ali Shah asked the provincial government to pay the dues, said to be around Rs580 million, to the power utility in five months in as many instalments.
Parcel 1J, of 237 homes, is to be built just to the north east of 1K with construction work also due to start in 2022.
On 29 May 2017, the government had offered another set of bonds worth $1bn with an interest of 7.5% for 10 years, due on 31 January 2027.
Power supply was also disconnected to Yasin Wala of 11 KV Landi Wa-1,2 feeders for nonpayment of Rs 1,757,280 while power supply was also disconnected to Pagima,Gadimissen, from 10 transformers due to nonpayment of Rs 996,345, power supply disconnected to Multani Mangi from 2 transformers due to nonpayment of Rs 647,000.
due to non-payment of Rs 2,850,757, Sagu of 11 KV Sagu due to non-payment of Rs 2,327,930 while power supply to Fateh Khan village was also disconnected due to non-payment of arrear of Rs 9.
Some payments will be made as many as five days earlier, and it has also been reported that other payments that were due just after the New Year will also be brought forward, meaning 2017 could end a little more comfortably for some struggling families.
The President said if he would be forced to explain about due process, he said in jest, 'Tawagin ko kayo sa Malacanang?
Jan 31 / DB / DB Notice of Benefit Restrictions must be provided to participants and beneficiaries of any benefit restrictions that apply due to the plan being less than 80% funded.
With due diligence, companies seek to identify and select those projects and programmes that will deliver real value to the organisation; they use due diligence as a condition sine qua non.