Unpaid Balance

Unpaid Balance

An amount that has been borrowed but not repaid. This term applies to loans, lines of credit, cash advances and other forms of debt.
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On the other hand, default rates for prospects with one prior unpaid balance jump to 23.
New York-based Morningstar said the delinquent CMBS unpaid balance increased 1.
A non-performing loan with a current unpaid balance of approximately $1.
And the terms call for $1,000 monthly payments for five years, at which time the full unpaid balance will be due.
Further, the company mentioned that this notice was due to an unpaid balance of USD42,000 in listing fees and it has time till 3 November 2014 to pay the full amount, before being subjected to delisting proceedings.
Beyond that period, "the total unpaid balance of the delinquent real property taxes and the entire amount of interest as well as penalties and surcharges.
Sometime in April of this year, I got some calls from a guy claiming that I had an unpaid balance of Dhs4,000 on my closed account with the old bank.
Gilbert of Little Rock, the former bond dealer turned real estate developer, is named in two foreclosure suits filed by Heartland Community Bank on loans with an unpaid balance of $141,430.
There are essentially two types of liens in Alabama: 1) The "unpaid balance" lien in which a contractor or person furnishing material may file a lien for the unpaid balance due the contractor by the owner; and 2) the "full price" lien in favor of those in direct contact with the owner and--in some cases, materialmen.
Borrowers' only choices now are to pay the higher interest charges or pay their unpaid balance in full, often by shifting their balance to a new card with a better interest rate.
If the employee does not resolve the unpaid balance, garnishment of the employee's pay begins; that is, the Department takes the unpaid sum out of the employee's paycheck.
The unpaid balance of the loan you took out against your 401(k) will be counted as a distribution, which means you will have to pay a 10% early withdrawal penalty for taking money out before age 59 1/2, plus any income tax the balance has accrued.