Equity claim

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Equity claim

Also called a residual claim; a claim to a share of earnings after debt obligations have been satisfied.

Equity Claim

The right of a shareholder or some other party to the profit of a company after all prior obligations have been paid. Equity claims are perhaps most important in the event of the company's liquidation. Equity claims are also called residual claims.
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The principles working group is important in terms of future pay equity claims, outside the care and support sector," he said.
This settlement dovetails nicely with our related settlement of the Customers' net equity claims against MFGI which will result in the Customers receiving the return of 100 percent of their net equity claims, though significant damages to the Customers and General Estate remain.
These things all sound like no-brainers but Equity claims models are regularly being forced to put in 20-hour shifts and are not always informed that they will be Kate Moss has told of the pressures she faced as a teenage fashion model It's about time models' rights were in Vogue expected to take their clothes off.
From the analysis and results, the provider identify clear strategies to significantly improve the efficiency of the process of awarding benefits and equity claims processing
Equity claims of the firm's shareholders and the claims of the subordinated and unsecured debtholders will be left behind in the receivership.
EUR) Direct Investment in reporting economy Other capital (1) Investment Year Total Total Equity Claims Foreign capital Investments 1=2+6 2=3-4+5 3 4 Foreign 1997 146.
Within a decade of Rodriguez, courts became increasingly reluctant to sustain state equity claims, (30) requiring plaintiffs to meet one of two standards in order to prove that a school financing scheme violated the respective state constitution.
We report the sensitivity of government and equity claims to the recoupment program rate.
The actors' union Equity claims contestants in TV talent programmes are being exploited by companies.
That date is the effective date of the legislature's amendment of the equitable distribution statute in four significant respects: abrogating the special equity doctrine and replacing special equity claims with claims for unequal distribution or enhancement in value of nonmarital assets, defining the burden of proof to overcome the gift presumption as clear and convincing evidence, extending the gift presumption to personal property, and constructing a partial equitable distribution statute.
The bill abolishes all special equity claims and replaces them with claims for unequal distribution of marital property or as a claim of enhancement in value or appreciation of non-marital property.
But the proposals were revitalized by a compelling argument to complement the equity claims of proponents: taxing all private equity and other investment management services as ordinary income would raise substantial revenues.