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honorarium

A sum of money given to a person of importance to thank the person for her or his time and trouble
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The competent authority approved budget honorariums equivalent to six basic salaries of the officers for preparing the fourth PML-N budget, according to the audit objection.
The budget honorariums have been given to the then finance secretary, special finance secretary, Economic Affairs Division secretary, four additional secretaries of finance, economic adviser of the finance ministry, four senior joint secretaries, retired finance secretary and Accountant General of Pakistan Revenue.
Where the Ministry of Finance has doled out Rs10.2 million to top two grades of the bureaucracy, it has stopped late sitting honorariums for its low-paid staff.
In 1996, the ECC had decided that the budget honorarium would be given to officers of up to grade-20 of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), Planning and Development Division and Ministry of Finance.
George councillor John Wheat took in the lowest compensation of $23,618.77 composed of $20,515.36 in honorarium, $391.72 in benefits and $2,711.69 in expenses.
Additionally, the honorarium creates a personal relationship.
The new financial year 2018-19 starts on July 1, which implies that the honorariums equivalent to basic pay would be issued to all the federal government employees not later than June 30, when the outgoing financial year lapses.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has approved honorarium equivalent to three basic pays for all the federal government employees in the outgoing financial year 2017-18 ending on June 30.
(13) The potential inconsistency between honorarium awards and the existence of these important obligations and duties that are intended to protect the interests of the absent class members was explained in 2002 by Winkler J (as he then was):
(17) Despite the challenging and important nature of the issues raised by requests for honorarium payments and the lack of a uniform judicial approach within both Ontario and Canada, (18) no critical analysis is found in the Canadian legal literature.
Part II reveals the empirical data and findings that have emerged from efforts to identify all applications for honorarium awards filed in Ontario.
The first identified application for honorarium payments in Ontario was filed in 1996 in Windisman v Toronto College Park Ltd.