In the research concerning the periods of 2001-2005 and 2005-2009 supply barriers include: insufficient technology, insufficient funds
of an enterprise, difficulties in execution of debts, limited access to bank loans, lack of resources, lack of qualified workforce and other reasons.
Under a fraud claim, the vendor must establish that the individual signed checks and was aware that they would not clear, as there were insufficient funds
on deposit in the corporate account to cover the checks.
Fees associated with special actions, such as those imposed on checks returned for insufficient funds
, on overdrafts, and on stop-payment orders, exhibited consistently large increases that exceeded the rate of inflation; the evidence for other types of fees is more mixed (see box for data from another source on trends in overall revenue from fees on both consumer and business deposit accounts).
Unless owners are permitted to replace indigent tenants with rent-paying-tenants, there will be a shortfall in income and insufficient funds
for building maintenance, so all tenants in the buildings will suffer
THE Supreme Court has stressed that a person facing prosecution in cheque bounce cases following a stop payment instruction can avoid trial by proving that the instruction was issued for a valid reason including non existence of any debt and that the dishonour of the cheque was not due to insufficient funds
RAWALPINDI, May 23, 2011 (Frontier Star): The five ambulances of three Allied hospitals situated in Rawalpindi have become out of order and hampering the shifting of patients while the Administration has insufficient funds
to repair these ambulances.
An attempt was then made to buy pounds 180 worth of poker chips but the transaction did not proceed because of insufficient funds
in his account.
It was taken out on the Friday and, as a result, there were insufficient funds
in my account and I incurred bank charges.
An additional one-year suspension was imposed on November 25, 1998, for failure to comply with a subpoena and issuing checks with insufficient funds
Bank of America Corp (NYSE: BAC) has won a case in which the bank was sued for taking fees from some customer accounts due to insufficient funds
Q: I'VE read you can claim back charges made by banks for being overdrawn or having insufficient funds
to pay standing orders.
Why it's a Mistake: Getting hit with fees because of insufficient funds
can deplete your account quickly, not to mention ruin your credit.
This section appears to impose strict liability on a fiduciary who makes a disbursement that leaves the estate with insufficient funds
with which to pay a debt owed to the U.