quittance meaning in Hindiquittance sentence in Hindi
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- Due to his involvement with the trial he was granted quittance of the common summons in the county of Lincoln on 12 August 1256.
- Les d�placements de cette troupe et son �volution ne sont connus que ponctuellement gr�ce ?des quittances ou des registres de bapt�me et de mariage.
- Indeed, he only agreed to do this when Clementina signed a " quittance " renouncing, on behalf of herself and her descendants, any further claim on the estate.
- Peter paid off and disbanded the relieving force, granting his soldiers " grandes quittances " loosely speaking, double pay and returned to his army at Cordoba to continue the harrying of Granada.
- On 4 July 1215 King John wrote in a royal writ describing Stephen as our dear and faithful when ordering a quittance of an annual render to Hereford Castle of 32 gallons of honey from Devereux s manor of Ballingham.
- Before his father's death, Merrill and his two siblings renounced any further inheritance from their father's estate in exchange for $ 100 " as full quittance "; as a result, much of Charles Merrill Sr .'s estate was donated to his namesake trust.
- It was recorded in the 12th century when the de Clares, lords of Tidenham, granted quittance of the passage to the monks of Tintern, and was evidently much used in 1405 when great numbers of the English and Welsh were said to resort to the nearby chapel of St Twrog.
- In the early 1950s, Merrill's three children renounced any further inheritance from their father's estate in exchange for $ 100 " as full quittance "; as a result, 95 % of Charles Merrill's $ 25 million estate ( he had already donated " The Orchard " to Amherst, which had in turn sold it ) would benefit hospitals, churches, and educational causes.
- Despite great personal wealth derived from an unbreakable trust made early in his childhood, Merrill lived modestly . ( Before his father's death, Merrill and his two siblings renounced any further inheritance from their father's estate in exchange for $ 100 " as full quittance "; as a result, most of Charles Merrill's estate was donated to charity, including " The Orchard . ")
- Jean Fuller-Overton found, during her research, that the Count's estate upon his death was : a packet of paid and receipted bills and quittances, 82 Reichsthalers and 13 shillings ( cash ), 29 various groups of items of clothing ( this includes gloves, stockings, trousers, shirts, etc . ), 14 linen shirts, 8 other groups of linen items, and various sundries ( razors, buckles, toothbrushes, sunglasses, combs, etc . ).
- payment of a debt or obligation
- a document or receipt certifying release from an obligation or debt