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remit (something) to (someone or something)

To send, transfer, or refer something to someone or something else. The tenant is hereby instructed to remit all outstanding payments to the landlord within 30 days or else face immediate eviction. We are remitting the case to the supreme court for a final decision.
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remit something to someone or something

to send something, especially money, to someone or a group. Please remit your rent to your landlady immediately. You are requested to remit your loan payment to the bank on time this month.
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remit to

v.
1. To transmit money to someone: You must remit the tuition to the registrar today.
2. To refer a legal case to another court for further consideration or action: The judge remitted the case to the state court.
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Share your remit with NZNO member groups before you submit it, to make sure it is well understood.
Her advice to NZNO groups developing constitutional remits was to "consult early" with te poari.
"This requires extensive planning and exploration of options, which might require further constitution alterations." He agreed with Nuku that best democratic practice would be to consult with te poari on constitutional remits at the development stage.
There had been considerable consultation before developing this remit in consultation with te poari.
This remit was put forward by the Greater Auckland Region (GAR) which sought to remove the clause from the constitution which said no new national sections should be set up.
Many states require the contractor to remit he tax as materials are committed to the fulfillment of the contract.
A remit from Greater Auckland calling for the establishment of a young and new members' network was withdrawn.
A remit calling for NZNO to investigate a financial transactions tax to increase funding for health care and tackle health problems related to inequity was overwhelmingly lost, with minimal discussion.
Delegates passed, by a slim majority, a remit calling on NZNO to fully commit to supporting the legal, political and industrial campaign to achieve pay equity for women.
The board moved that the chief executive arrange for an independent analysis of the risks and implications of the remits to be put before the AGM.
The membership and te poari committees will examine the remit process to see how it could work better.
Presenting the remit on behalf of the board, business services manager Kevin O'Neill said under current rules there was no way a rule remit could be voted on by the full membership.
Debate on the remit centred on whether NZNO could afford ballots of the full membership and on the fact that members would not be informed by "the vigorous debate" on issues at conference.
Janet Black from Midlands spoke in support of a remit calling for the election of regional council members to be every two years, removing the requirement for members to stand down after four years in office.
Two other versions, one put forward by Te Runanga member and Greater Auckland delegate Dianna McGregor, and another crafted by the remit committee, were debated at length.