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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Satyam had sought a High Court injunction in London in September 2007 to try to block the Texas case, arguing that a 2003 commercial agreement terminating the relationship between the two companies precluded all future claims against it for all past practices and that any residual claims against it had to be tried in London.
A portion of these funds will be held in trust to protect the Company and other parties against potential residual claims which might arise from claimants' actions against other non-settling parties.
Although dividends from EME will service Mission Energy Holding's debt obligation, holders of this debt have only the most residual claims on EME's cash flow and only if EME can satisfy certain distribution and rating maintenance tests.
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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.
Structures of property rights result from the allocation of residual rights of control and residual claims.
There are some residual claims remaining, which were not subject to this arbitration.
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.
Where an equal share of residual claims elicits more efficient joint efforts, the territorial guarantee will not be observed.
When a management team engages in an LBO it reduces the incentive and opportunity for shirking by concentrating residual claims and reducing free cash flow - cash flow in excess of the amount that can be invested profitably in the firm.
The award is final and binding, although the Tribunal has reserved certain other residual claims by AspenTech against ATME for subsequent determination by the same Tribunal if required.
The successful tenderer will manage residual claims which have been made or have yet to be made against DfT as successor to BRB, or its subsidiary companies where DfT is the correct legal defendant or another industry party is the legal defendant but DfT is wholly or partly financially liable and has the right to conduct the claim.