Payment order order issued by the client or the recipient to the Bank to exercise a payment transaction;
Payment order. The failure of the Lessee to pay the rent and property management fee for the Object in the time and manner prescribed by the Lease shall constitute delay in payment. In such case, the Lessor or the property management company designated by the Lessor may apply to the people’s court for a payment order in accordance with the Civil Procedure Law of the People’s Republic of China, with all related expenses incurred therefrom to be borne by the Lessee.
Payment order. The Credit Union is not responsible for (i) performance failure as a result of an interruption in transfer facilities, labor disputes, power failures, equipment malfunctions, suspension of payment by another bank, refusal or delay by another bank to accept the wire transfer, war, emergency conditions, fire, earthquake, or other circumstances not within the Credit Union’s control; or (ii) for any other performance failure that is not a result of the Credit Union’s breach of this Agreement.
Payment order. Transactions are paid in the chronological order they are received, regardless of the dollar amount or method of presentment for payment on the account. When checks are received in the same day, they are processed in check number order. When automated (ACH) transactions are received in the same day, deposits to your account are posted first, followed by payments. If the WeGotYa/courtesy pay limit is exceeded, all subsequent items may be declined or returned unpaid to the merchant and you may be assessed a fee per returned item.
Payment order. Any Rent payable in respect of the Premises shall be and be deemed to be in arrears if not paid in advance at the times and in the manner hereinbefore provided for payment thereof. In such a case, the Landlord may apply for Payment Order issued by the People’s Court in accordance with Article 191 of the “PRC Civil Procedure Law” and all costs and expenses thus incurred shall be borne by the Tenant.
Payment order. An instruction of a sender to a receiving bank, transmitted orally, electronically, or in writing, to pay, or to cause another bank or for- eign bank to pay, a fixed or deter- minable amount of money to a bene- ficiary if:
Payment order. All payments received by the Holder on account of the Guaranteed Debt, from whatever source derived, shall be taken and applied by the Holder toward the payment of the Guaranteed Debt and in such order of application as the Holder may, in its sole discretion, from time to time elect. The Holder shall have the exclusive right to determine how, when and what application of payments and credits, if any, whether derived from the Maker or any other source, shall be made on the Guaranteed Debt and such determination shall be conclusive upon Guarantor.
Payment order. 1) The definition of pay- ment order in subpart B of this part differs from the section 4A–103(a)(1) definition. The subpart B definition clarifies that, for the purposes of subpart B of this part, auto- mated clearing house transfers and certain messages that are transmitted through Fedwire are not payment orders. Federal Re- serve Banks and banks participating in Fedwire send various types of messages, re- lating to payment orders or to other mat- ters, through Fedwire that are not intended to be payment orders. Under the subpart B definition, these messages, and messages in- volved with automated clearing house trans- fers, are not payment orders and therefore are not governed by this subpart. The Operating Circulars of the Federal Reserve Banks specify those messages that may be trans- mitted through Fedwire but that are not payment orders.(2) In some cases, messages sent through Fedwire, such as certain requests for credit transfer, may be payment orders under Arti- cle 4A, but are not treated as payment orders under subpart B because they are not an in- struction to a Federal Reserve Bank to pay money.(3) This subpart and Article 4A govern a payment order even though the originator’s or beneficiary’s account may be a consumer account established primarily for personal, family, or household purposes. Under section 4A–108, Article 4A does not apply to a funds transfer any part of which is governed by the Electronic Fund Transfer Act. That Act, and Regulation E implementing it, do not apply to funds transfers through Fedwire (see 15U.S.C. 1693a(6)(B) and 12 CFR 205.3(b)). Thus, this Subpart applies to all funds transfers through Fedwire even though some such transfers involve originators or beneficiaries that are consumers. (See also § 210.25(b) and accompanying Commentary.)Section 210.27—Reliance on Identifying Number