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Definition of Overissuance
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Overissuance
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1. Annual Institute on Municipal Finance Law: Course Handbook by Practising Law Institute (1900)
"... current rate would not constitute an intentional overissuance, thus permitting one to rely on the 5% overissuance rule to maintain temporary periods. ..."
2. A History of Money and Banking in the United States: The Colonial Era to by Murray Newton Rothbard (2002)
"... and though it soon had half the New England banks as members, it was much more lax toward overissuance by country banks. Perhaps the Suffolk would have ..."
3. Fair Play: A Clean Honest Statement of the Railroad and Transportation Situation by Frederick S Mordaunt, Toll Stern (1911)
"... which the politician creates prejudice against the railroads is the so- called burden placed upon the people through the overissuance of securities. ..."
4. Food Assistance: Potential Impacts of Alternative Systems for Delivering by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"An overissuance of food stamps that occurs because a recipient has intentionally provided inaccurate or incomplete information on the composition of the ..."
5. A Compilation of Federal Education Laws: Secondary Education, Individuals edited by William F. Goodling, James M. Jeffords (1999)
"(14)17-79 If a State agency determines that a member of a family has received an overissuance of food benefits under the program authorized by this section ..."