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Currently, customers are charged GBP8 a day if there are insufficient funds in the account to cover direct debit payments.
This will not be in the best interest of the club or the fans if the new investor consortium has insufficient funds post acquisition, or is highly leveraged and therefore with insufficient funds to achieve the club's minimum expectations; investment in a stadium and funding for the team to enable LFC to compete at the highest level domestically and in Europe.
What we object to -- and what the Constitution prohibits -- is the indiscriminate taking of DNA for things like writing an insufficient funds check, shoplifting, drug convictions," The Times quoted Michael Risher, a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union, as saying.
Many agencies close their doors every year for a number of weeks to deal with insufficient funds.
The Glendale school board also voted unanimously to eliminate 25 categorically funded positions and some grant-funded positions because of insufficient funds and the ending of some grants.
The notice of default was caused when a $247,00 check sent to Sentinel for a June 1 bond payment was returned for insufficient funds.
A physician board member has warned the medical staff that there are insufficient funds to pay everyone an on-call stipend.
Many people who need long-term care have insufficient funds to pay for it but too much income to qualify for Medicaid.