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of or relating to finances or those who deal in finances

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relating to or involving money

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The owner is to be put in as good position pecuniarily as he would have occupied if his property had not been taken.
230) The formal written designation is a statutory requirement, (231) and a fair reading of the statute compels a conclusion that a person not formally designated as a "departmental accountable official" cannot be held pecuniarily liable under the statute.
His right to raise the question of the constitutionality of the act involved did not grow out of the obligation of his oath of office, nor out of his official position, but because he was liable to be injured pecuniarily.
The previous language said no councilor could be "pecuniarily interested in any contract the expenses of which are to be paid by the city, or vote upon any subject in which pecuniarily interested.
In any modern community where there is no priestly monopoly of these [scholarly] occupations, the people of scholarly pursuits are unavoidably thrown into contact with classes that are pecuniarily their superiors.
Hence, the economist's standard reliance on a variety of taxes, subsidies, regulatory, and other pecuniarily oriented measures--even when dealing with quasi-social issues such as procreation, marriage, care of the aged, public service, and the like.
Fanny understands him to be referring to his failing finances: "it had taken his father-in-law's great fortune, and taken no small slice, to surround him with an element in which, all too fatally weighted as he had originally been, he could pecuniarily float" (228).
Such failure of the barangay to give proper attention to a required task or discharge their said duty/obligation out of their carelessness or indifference is not only pecuniarily detrimental to the MMDA, but likewise is constitutive of neglect of duty.
201) In Champagne, pursuant to a highway quick-takings statute, the State expropriated a portion of the defendant's property, (202) stating, "[a] landowner whose property has been expropriated for public purpose is entitled to just and adequate compensation in an amount sufficient to place him in as good a position pecuniarily as he would have been had his property not been taken.
53) Certifying officials, usually cardholders' first line supervisors, are also pecuniarily liable for illegal, improper, or incorrect payments due to inaccurate or misleading certifications.