unconditional transfer

unconditional transfer

[¦ən·kən′dish·ən·əl ′tranz·fər]
(computer science)
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A foreign investor registered with NIPC is guaranteed unconditional transfer of dividends or profits attributed to the investment, payments in respect of loan servicing where a foreign loan was obtained and remittance of proceeds and other obligations in the event of a sale or liquidation of the investors' business or any interest attributable to the investment.
This unconditional transfer would solve the problem of lifting all Americans out of poverty.
Awami League (AL) demanded from the military regime lifting of Martial Law and unconditional transfer of power.
We start with a brief overview of the Mexican unconditional transfer system.
The Liberals gave us unconditional transfer payments in 1995 and cut the transfers, too, in order to retire the deficit.
Under Muslim Law, where one Muslim signifies his willingness to make to another an immediate and unconditional transfer without consideration of the ownership of an existing and definite piece of property, and if the other accepts that transfer of ownership and if possession of the property is transferred thereupon, then a valid gift (or "Hiba" as it is called) takes place in respect of such property.
Having reviewed the evidence from the conditional transfer programmes in Latin America, we turn to the CSG, a relatively new unconditional transfer in South Africa.
In case of a sequence of operational node transfers to the same decision node, an unconditional transfer must be added to the MPM, which leads to expand and complicate the micro-program.
A contribution is defined as an unconditional transfer of cash or other assets to an entity or a settlement or cancellation of its liabilities in a voluntary nonreciprocal transfer.
Payment, or the transmission of an instruction to transfer value that results from a transaction in the economy, and settlement, or the final and unconditional transfer of the value specified in a payment instruction, need not, and in fact generally do not, occur simultaneously.
TFF is an annual unconditional transfer from the Government of Canada to the three territorial governments to enable them to provide their residents with a range of public services comparable to those offered by provincial governments, at comparable levels of taxation.
Finance Undersecretary Karl Kendrick Chua said that under HB 5636, the targeted program for over 10 million households involve unconditional transfers (UCTs) of P2,400 for one year.