quittance


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quittance

1. release from debt or other obligation
2. a receipt or other document certifying this
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Il devait abandonner l'abonnement au reseau telephonique qui se fait desormais sur simple achat d'une puce, et dire que [beaucoup moins que] la delivrance des permis de construire et des certificats d'immatriculation des vehicules automobiles de toutes categories et l'enregistrement des contrats de location des biens immobiliers sont subordonnes a la production d'une copie de la quittance de depot de la derniere declaration echue au titre de l'impot sur le revenu ou de l'impot sur les societes.
Quittance is reshaping the personal injury market by delivering a fairer deal for claimants.
No matter how skilled is the doctor in his science and practice, according to medicine custom he has duty to apply all scientific and common standards to improve the patient from the moment of the entrance until the completion of the diagnostic otherwise if the patient suffers from a damage, the doctor is responsible, although the patient was treated with his permission or his parent permission and before the treatment the doctor has obtained the a quittance, Because the permission and a quittance is not a reason for the carelessness and imprudence of the doctor.
The measures include a detailed verification process based on CNIC, digital pictures and matching both with quittance rolls.
Results show that activities applied in the management of dairy cows milked with the presence of their calves, such as the milkman's movements to bring the animals from the calf pen up to his arrival and the accompaniment of the calves during the milking process and their quittance, modify the frequency of reactive behavior when compared to that of dairy cows milked in the absence of their calves.
Lead-perforated fuselage, escutcheoned wings Lift agonized quittance, tilting from the invisible brink Now eagle-bright, now quarry-hid, twisting,- -sink with Enormous repercussive list- -ings down Giddily spiralled gauntlets, upturned, unlooping In guerrilla sleights, trapped in combustion gyring, dance the curled depth down whizzing Zodiacs, dashed (now nearing fast the Cape
Assets of Bartholomew O'Brien Loans to Paroisse Notre Dame Date of loan Amount Quittance Details July 18, 1924 500 1839 2 Aug 1828 200 26 Aug 1837 7 Jan 1829 150 4 May 1838 28 July 1829 150 26 Aug 1837 19 Oct 1829 100 4 May 1838 27 Jan 1832 666 7 Mar 1835 500 26 Aug 1837 Lost to bankrupts Name Amount Bankruptcy Other Details parties Dwight, J A 144 29 Dec 1846 Brennan, Js Hall/ 246 Bishop of Katt Ottawa Murray, Patrick 40 1 Dec 1846 Kelly, John & Co McMahon, Joseph 32 31 Jan 1846 Converse, John E 341 251u1 1842 Perkins, R H & Co Holiday, John the 8 19 Sep 1844 Bathurst, Younger Upper Canada Link, John 6 19 July 1844 Upper Canada Day, Thomas 17 15 Feb 1848 Latham, Richard 343 4 Dec 1846 Loss 250 Holt, C P 304 17 Aug 1842 Dorwin, J H Holt, G.
The delegations approved a project to set up a GCC e-system to process traffic violations, issue quittance certificates and export vehicles.
In the same year that the Southern states (except Virginia) got their quittance, the Supreme Court held that municipal corporations were not alter egos of the state and were therefore denied the shelter of the Eleventh Amendment.
Such advice against borrowing and suretyship friendship found in both early modern prose texts and dramatic fiction is put to the blade when Antonio must tender his flesh in quittance of Bassanio's debt.
The portal will provide eight services from Homs City Council including certified copies of building permits, organizational plans and leases, in addition to providing information on infringements, personal and real-estate financial quittance certificates, among other services.