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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Did the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) function as a collective ruler of the Soviet Union with residual claims on national income?
The second portfolio - Ticino - consists of Leasing residual claims with a gross book value of approximately 150 million unsecured and will be sold to a securitization vehicle whose main investor is a US fund.
s residual claims and assets in respect of the Kolwezi Tailings project, the Frontier and Lonshi mines and related exploration interests, all located in the Katanga Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo, for total consideration of US$1.
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Indeed "the central contracts in any organization specify (1) the nature of residual claims and (2) the allocation of the steps of the decision process among agents" (Fama and Jensen 1983).
Structures of property rights result from the allocation of residual rights of control and residual claims.
give rise to residual claims over collections of valued attributes.
To understand this distinction, note that in a corporation the residual claims, which are evidenced by shares of stock, are sold to third-party investors ("shareholders").
Meckling, attacks such diverse issues as the nature of man, the theory of the firm, residual claims and organizational form, agency costs, executive compensation, and organizational performance measurement.
Although employers may wish to limit their potential liability by restricting the statutory claims and remedies available in arbitration, such an attempt may abrogate the entire arbitration agreement or leave residual claims to be litigated in court.
Where an equal share of residual claims elicits more efficient joint efforts, the territorial guarantee will not be observed.