Definitions of Payor on the Web: The maker of a payment en.wiktionary.org/wiki/payor One who makes payments. www.titleagency-listings.com/topics/terms.php The party that issues the transfer. www.indiana.edu/~iutreas/bankingterms.html It is an English word, I don't know if it spelled differently in England than in… Full Answer
Theodor Roosevelt ran for a third term. However, he did so as a third party candidate. This split the republican party and he lost to Woodrow Wilson. Prior to that, no other president had ran for more than two terms… Full Answer
A "third party" is one that doesn't have a direct involvement with a particular event or transaction. For instance, a third party seller on eBay sells their items independently of eBay and only uses its selling platform.
An attempt was made to nominate President Grant for a third term, but he didn't campaign for it in the way people run for President now and the attempt failed. The first President to run for a third term was… Full Answer
The party who initiates the case is usually called the Plaintiff (although in some jurisdictions, the term is Petitioner). The person who is sued is the Defendant (who may be called the Respondent in those jurisdictions that use the term… Full Answer
Short term they take votes away from one of the political parties more than from the other. Long term the party losing votes may react by accepting some of the core positions of the upstart party in order to get… Full Answer
The term "third party" is usually, although not universally a reference to one other than the principals to a transaction. In the world of insurance, a "third party" is a person or entity, other than the first party (insured) and… Full Answer
Republican or G.O.P. He unsuccessfully ran for a third term ( He became president when McKinley was assassinated, not to move mountains ) - well Mr. Roosevelt did run as an independent third-term candidate on the Bull Moose ticket. the… Full Answer
The third-party would contact the second-party as it was that party that received the goods or services from the third-party. The second-party would have recourse against the original issuer (first-party).
Correct. Meanwhile, Theodore Roosevelt (previously a Republican) ran for a third term under a third party, the Bull Moose. This split the Republican vote, leaving Democrat Woodrow Wilson enough votes to win.