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remit

Law the transfer of a case from one court or jurisdiction to another, esp from an appeal court to an inferior tribunal
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" Instead of remitting 50%, Land Bankwill remit zero percent of its net earnings for 2016 and 10%for 2017.
We are offering a rate of Rs185.40 and there are many people who are coming from morning to remit from our branch in Ruwi.
(Pagcor) has issued licenses to 248 Pogo service providers to operate in the country, which means that the remaining 242 service providers are expected to remit their employee tax deficiency.
Guballa said the 242 others that had yet to remit the taxes withheld from their workers would do so this month.
The members also pointed out that there was no record of the collection in Jan 2016, with Mr Kure saying that there was a secular in 2016 asking banks to remit all charges collected from stamp duties and that commercial banks have complied as they wouldn't have violated such a directive that would attract stiff penalties to them.
PAGCOR remits cash dividends to government coffers, pursuant to Republic Act 7656, which requires government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs) to remit at least 50 percent of their annual net earnings as cash, stock or property dividends to the national government.
May 13-31: Remits prepared by remit committee, then sent to te poari for hui a-tau review process.
Remittance flow has increased since December 2017 when the previous government of Pakistan Muslim League (N) started devaluing the currency, prompting overseas Pakistanis to remit and invest more in their country.
Diwakar Thapa of the Hulash Remit and immediate past chairman has also elected as the office bearer.
Some rogue employers especially counties have also been on the spot for failing to remit statutory contributions of employees.
Ranka advises Indians to not remit money every month, but intermittently after studying the market so that one can extract the maximum exchange rate benefits.