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The patient, caregiver, or entity responsible for payment of the health care bill.
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"Of a surety," said the minister, "that would I, and without pause.
It was roughness without hurt, assertion without threat, surety without seduction.
Liberty Mutual Surety Taps Schrift to Develop Subcontractor Default Insurance Offering
'The second surety must be a civil servant in the state within the grade of level 16 or a professor in any of the universities in Nigeria.
Tokio Marine HCC formed a new subsidiary in Mexico designed to help address customers' surety needs in Mexico.
Liberty Mutual Insurance has said that it has completed the acquisition of the business and operations of AmTrust Surety, the U.S.
Basiru said that one of the sureties must be a civil servant on Grade Level 06, while the second surety must provide two years tax clearance certificate.
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RAWALPINDI -- Ahead of Pakistan Day, police have obtained surety bonds from 29 out of the 34 individuals, including 31 members of proscribed organisations, placed on the fourth schedule of Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) 1997 and started their strict monitoring.
Phoenix, AZ, March 07, 2019 --( Viking Bond Service, a surety bonding company operating nationwide, is able to offer dentists DMEPOS bonds, which have recently become a national requirement.
Both insurance and surety bonds have unique features that fit specific protection needs, either for the business itself or for the customer.
Having to reside with a surety is a potential violation of a person's presumption of innocence and right to reasonable bail and can increase the likelihood of future administrative breaches (McLellan 2011; Myers 2017; Sprott and Myers 2011).