Earmarked definition

Earmarked means a designation, instruction or encumbrance that
Earmarked means a designation, instruction or encumbrance
Earmarked means a designation, instruction or encumbrance between the transferor of a contribution and a transferee that requires the transferee to make a contribution to a clearly identified candidate.

Examples of Earmarked in a sentence

  • COMPREHENSIVE INCOME AND EXPENDITURE STATEMENT 2017/18 This page is left intentionally blankMOVEMENT IN RESERVES STATEMENT FOR THE 12 MONTHS ENDING 31 MARCH 2019 General Ear-marked Sub Unapplied Cap Rcpts Total Revaln.

  • Revenue distribution: 40 per cent to State budget (Environmental Fund), 60 per cent to budget of local self-government.** As from May 2005 earmarked for Environmental Fund (2005 allocation: CSD 38.5 million.)*** Earmarked for protection of forests.

  • These activities will be funded either from existing budgets or from the Recycle More Earmarked Reserve, with the exception of the trial reintroduction of education services, which will be funded via the Community Sector Integration Plan fund provided through the Viridor contract.Executive,29 Nov 2017, Item no.

  • These may include: - Prudential Borrowing - Capital Receipts through the disposal of assets - Grants from various organisations - Contributions e.g. S106 agreements - Private Public Partnership (PPP) including Private Finance Initiative (PFI) - Leasing - Revenue Contributions - Earmarked Reserves (including Repairs and Renewals fund) For further explanation of these funding sources see the glossary attached.

  • Lease Inc MOVEMENT IN RESERVES STATEMENT FOR THE 12 MONTHS ENDING 31 MARCH 2018 General Ear-marked Sub Unapplied Cap Rcpts Total Revaln.


More Definitions of Earmarked

Earmarked means a designation, instruction or encumbrance that results in all or any part of a contribution or expenditure being made to, or expended on behalf of, a clearly identified candidate or a candidate's campaign committee.
Earmarked means a designation, instruction, or encumbrance, whether direct or
Earmarked means a designation, instruction or
Earmarked means a designation, instruction, or encumbrance, whether direct or indirect, expressed or implied, or oral or written, that is intended to result in or does result in all or any part of a contribution being made to a certain can­didate or state official [26].
Earmarked means a designation, instruction, or encumbrance, whether direct or indirect, express or implied, oral or written, that results in all or any part of a contribution or expenditure being made to, or expended on behalf of, a clearly identified candidate or a candidate’s authorized committee.
Earmarked means funds appropriated by the state and expressly or clearly identified as state expenditures in the relevant fiscal year for the sole purpose of funding the general operation of centers. The amount of state funds that were earmarked by a state to support the general operation of centers does not include:
Earmarked means a designation, instruction, or encumbrance, including those that are direct or indirect, express or implied, or oral or written, that re­sults in any part of a contribution or expenditure, including any in‑kind expendi­ture made in exchange for a contribution, being made to or expended on behalf of a candidate or a committee [11].