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Note Receivable

A debt that a borrower had not yet repaid. Notes receivable are listed as assets on the lender's balance sheet.

note receivable

A debt due from borrowers and evidenced by a written promise of payment. Note receivable, an entry on the asset side of many corporate balance sheets, indicates the dollar amount of loans due to be repaid by borrowers.
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1221-1(e)(1) states that an account or note receivable is not described in Sec.
7 billion including a note receivable in the amount of $200 million bearing interest at a rate of 7.
Our second quarter results were impacted by two issues: the one- time charge taken against a note receivable, and same store sales softness in our Southern California market," said Thomas A.
The purchase price was $115 million, subject to customary purchase price adjustments, plus Ameren's assumption of $240 million of non-recourse capital lease obligations and assignment of a $240 million note receivable.
FACT Corporation (OTCBB:FCTOA), an emerging nutrition solutions company, today announced that it has received cash payments totalling $300,000 with respect to a note receivable from a former subsidiary, Capital Reserve Canada Corporation (CRCL).
E[acute accent]The transaction will result in the removal of $412 million of liabilities (including $240 million of non-recourse capital lease obligations and $172 million in non-current liabilities) and $412 million of assets (including $240 million note receivable and $172 million in PP&E and inventory) from NRG's balance sheet.
Lakes also recorded an unrealized loss on note receivable of $0.
As of September 30, 2005, the note receivable was valued on the Company's balance sheet at $325,599.
Liquidity at Carbide included cash of $26 million and note receivables for cash loans to Dow of $537 million, which included $328 million note receivable for its loan to Dow and a $209 million noncurrent receivable from Dow for cash collateral, at June 30, 2005.
0 million of expense associated with the discount of a note receivable from a former officer.