Payment Instruction definition

Payment Instruction means an Instruction to pay money or otherwise to debit or credit any of the Accounts with any amount;
Payment Instruction has the meaning set forth in Section 1.4.

Examples of Payment Instruction in a sentence

  • We hold the money to be transferred, and your fee, upon trust for you until your Payment Instruction has been completed, and the money is received by the payee.

  • When you are sending money, you agree to pay us the fees that are notified to you on the summary page before you submit your Payment Instruction.

  • If we incur any liability to you, such liability will be limited to an amount equal to the value of the payment requested in your Payment Instruction.

  • We shall not be liable for any loss resulting from our compliance with a Payment Instruction.

  • If, due to any fault on our part, your Payment Instruction cannot be executed, the money and your fee will be returned to you.


More Definitions of Payment Instruction

Payment Instruction means an instruction substantially in the form of Exhibit A, or such other form as the Issuer may determine, as the same may be supplemented as set forth in the related Indenture Supplement.
Payment Instruction has the meaning specified in the Indenture.
Payment Instruction means banking payments on behalf of a Customer which may include, but are not limited to bank cheques, bank drafts and telegraphic transfers.
Payment Instruction or ‘AS payment instruction’ means a credit instruction or a debit instruction,
Payment Instruction is the information you provide to the Service to make a xxxx payment to a Xxxxxx (such as, but not limited to, the Xxxxxx’x name, Xxxxxx’x account number, payment amount, Payment Account, and Scheduled Payment Date).
Payment Instruction is the information provided by you to the Bill Payment Service for a payment to be made to the Xxxxxx (such as, but not limited to, Xxxxxx name, Xxxxxx account number, and Debit Date).
Payment Instruction means with respect to any Series of Notes, an instruction, the form of which is attached as an exhibit to the related Indenture Supplement.