dividend warrant


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an order of payment (such as a check payable to a shareholder) in which a dividend is paid

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The cheque, or dividend warrant, had been sent by the North-Eastern Railway Company from their head office at York, addressed to the Bank of Liverpool, Water Street.
Dividend warrants will be dispatched on or about October 27, 1997 to persons who are registered shareholders of the Company on October 17, 1997.
00 crores daily; pick up of instrument like Cheques, drafts/Pay order, dividend warrants etc, delivery of cash against the Cheques received with the Minimum limit amount of Rs.
These approvals pertain to appointment of cost auditors under the 1998 Companies (Audit of Cost Accounts) Rules filing of consolidated financial statements, printing of CNIC numbers on dividend warrants and grant of loan to a director.
The approvals pertained to appointment of cost auditors under the 1998 Companies (Audit of Cost Accounts) Rules, filing of consolidated financial statements, changing the venue of annual general meeting (AGM), printing of computerized national identity card (CNIC) number on dividend warrants, and registering as a group.
These approvals comprise of appointment of cost auditors under the 1998 Companies (Audit of Cost Accounts) Rules, placement of quarterly accounts on the website, change the venue of annual general meeting (AGM), extension in holding the AGM, printing of computerized national identity card (CNIC) number on dividend warrants and registration as a group.
Keeping in view the practical difficulties faced by companies, an exemption from the mandatory requirement of printing computerized national identity card (CNIC) number on the dividend warrants was granted to 25 companies.
Keeping in view the practical difficulties faced by companies, an exemption from the mandatory requirement of printing computerised national identity card (CNIC) number on the dividend warrants was granted to 25 companies.
In order to promote a good corporate culture in the country, six companies were facilitated by relaxing the mandatory requirement of printing computerized national identity card (CNIC) number on dividend warrants, as provided under the law.
The Company's receiving agent, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Trustees Limited, is expected to mail out dividend warrants to shareholders on May 31, 1996.
The complaints were pertaining mainly to jeopardizing the shareholders' right of receiving the dividend warrants, right and bonus shares and non-transfer of right shares.
These problems include misplacement of dividend warrants, delay in encashment of dividend warrants, fraudulent encashment of dividend warrants, delays/loss of dividend warrants in postal service etc.
The department also resolved 16 investor complaints during the month, which mainly related to non-receipt of dividend warrants, disposal of fractional shares, delay/non-transfer of shares, and issue of duplicate shares, etc.
These complaints were mainly related to non-receipt of dividend warrants, disposal of fractional shares, delay/non-transfer of shares, and issue of duplicate shares etc.
These complaints mainly related to non-receipt of dividend warrants, disposal of fractional shares, delay/non-transfer of shares, and issue of duplicate shares etc.