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Due

Describing a debt or its maturity. For example, one may say that a $250,000 mortgage is due in 30 years, which means that the mortgage must be completely paid off 30 years from the time of that statement.

due

Of or relating to an obligation or receivable that is outstanding and payable.
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The "end of the taxable year" means the period beginning with the 15th of the month the estimated payment is due and ending the last day of the last month of the tax year.
The opportunity for buyers is to use better-quality due diligence information to identify and prioritize their "hot" issues and address them in the purchase agreement.
In addition, being a public company facilitates the initial purchasers' due diligence, since the company will already be in the habit of accommodating the due diligence needs of underwriters and the information requests of investors and securities analysts.
If this dues referendum fails, it sends a message to the industry that the membership is not really behind the leadership and the package the leadership is taking to the negotiating table,'' SAG Secretary-Treasurer James Cromwell said Wednesday.
For years, Patricia Due had been collecting interviews with activists and researching the movement with the intention of writing an oral history.
The court held that inmates sent to the prison were entitled to minimal due process consisting of: (1) twenty-four hour advance notice of all specific evidence relied upon to support reasons for reclassification; (2) a requirement that an inmate be allowed to appear at his reclassification hearing and present evidence, including witnesses and documents; and (3) a requirement that the reclassification committee issue a written statement specifically describing evidence relied on and reasons for its recommendation.
17, 2001, provided the return is accompanied by a payment of the tax reported to be due.
Where different interest periods apply to different parts of the aggregate underpayment or overpayment on which interest is due, the practice is to make a separate interest computation for each part of the underpayment or overpayment that has a different interest period.
The formal redemption notices required by the respective indentures pursuant to which the Notes due 2010 and the Notes due 2012 were issued have been sent to the trustee.
6151(a) provides that income tax is generally due on the return's unextended return due date; for a calendar-year corporate taxpayer, this is March 15 of the following year.
A detainee who was incarcerated beyond his release date brought a [section] 1983 action against jail authorities, alleging violation of his substantive due process rights.
The due diligence process creates momentum that causes companies to acquire businesses they know in their hearts are likely to fail.