Accounts Payable definition

Accounts Payable means a debt owed by a school district on June 30 immediately prior to administrative consolidation, excluding bonded indebtedness or other long-term debt;
Accounts Payable has the meaning set forth in Section 1.4(i).
Accounts Payable means all trade and other accounts payable, including accrued expenses, owed by the Company.

Examples of Accounts Payable in a sentence

  • Payment shall be made for all undisputed amounts within thirty (30) days after the Contractor submits a detailed invoice to the District’s Accounts Payable Department for Services actually performed.

  • After Seller resubmits the corrected invoice, NETAPP will pay Seller sixty (60) days from the end of the calendar month in which NETAPP’s Accounts Payable Department receives the corrected invoice.

  • No invoices will be paid unless (i) this Agreement has been signed by the CONTRACTOR and properly executed by DISTRICT and (ii) the CONTRACTOR has submitted a Department of the Treasury IRS Form W-9 to the DISTRICT’S Accounting Department, attention Accounts Payable.

  • Invoices for and inquiries regarding payment should be addressed to the County Accounts Payable Clerk.

  • Program Invoice(s): OC Community Resources Attention: Accounts Payable 000 X.

More Definitions of Accounts Payable

Accounts Payable shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.5(e).
Accounts Payable has the meaning ascribed to it in Section 1.02(a)(ii).
Accounts Payable has the meaning set forth in Section 1.3(b).
Accounts Payable means any and all trade and non-trade accounts payable of either Party or member of its Group.
Accounts Payable means all accounts payable of Seller to the NRTC as of the Closing Date relating to the Business; including, without limitation, accounts payable to the NRTC with respect to wholesale bills, equipment and other services.
Accounts Payable means the office responsible for final approval prior to disbursement of funds, ensures that all Petty Cash replenishment requests adhere to this policy and is responsible for maintaining all accounting records in accordance with the University Records Retention Policy