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DEODeodorant
DEODiversification de l'Économie de l'Ouest Canada (Western Economic Diversification Canada)
DEODepartamento de Estudos Organizacionais (Portuguese: Department of Organizational Studies; Brazil)
DEODearborn, Michigan (Airport Code)
DEODistrict Education Office
DEODominion East Ohio (energy)
DEODefence Estate Officer (India)
DEOData Entry Operator
DEODiesel Engine Oil
DEODivision of Enterprise Operations (Wisconsin)
DEODirect Entry Officer
DEODeputy Executive Officer
DEODeduction from Earnings Order (UK)
DEODetention Enforcement Officer (Department of Homeland Security)
DEODeputy Ethics Official (various government agencies)
DEODepartment of Extranormal Operations (DC Comics Universe)
DEODrilling Efficiency Optimization (oil industry)
DEODynamic External Objects
DEODesired Educational Outcome
DEODepartment of Economic Opportunity
DEODeputy Education Officer
DEODigital End Office
DEODeutsche Evangelische Oberschule in Kairo (German Evangelist high school; Cairo, Egypt)
DEODirector of Emergency Operations
DEODelta Elite Operatives (online gaming)
DEODefense Employment Option
DEODeep East Oakland
DEODesired Exhaust Oxygen
DEODistrict Engineer Office
DEODiocese of El Obeid
DEODoing Everything Official (band)
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Tim Sandhu, 48, of Albany Road, Earlsdon, admitted five counts of failing to comply with a deduction from earnings order. He was discharged absolutely and told to pay PS150 costs.
Failing to comply with deduction from earnings order. Fined pounds 400 with pounds 100 costs and pounds 15 victim surcharge.
If a non-resident parent falls into arrears, the CSA can impose a deduction from earnings order (DEO) on those in work.
The CSA submitted a Deduction from Earnings Order on the firm - but the first payment did not get paid when it was due.
Failing to comply with deduction from earnings order. Fined pounds 2,000 with pounds 100 costs and pounds 15 victim surcharge.
His dad has a deduction from earnings order, so his employer Central Trains takes the money from his salary and passes it to the Child Support Agency to give to Gaynor.
Failing to comply with the requirements of a deduction from earnings order. Fined pounds 500 with pounds 75 costs and pounds 15 victim surcharge.
Last year, 184,090 Deduction from Earnings Orders were in place, raking in PS330m from wage packets for child maintenance.
Suspicions were eventually raised after the Child Support Agency (CSA) sent three deduction from earnings orders to Scouse House Caf, after earlier ones were ignored.