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recoup

To sell an asset at a price sufficient to recover the original outlay or to offset a previous loss.
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Top 5 Job Resale Cost Projects Cost Value Recouped 1.
Peter Taylor, Leicester City: Spent pounds 23m, recouped pounds 8.
It launched numerous legal actions, including one against BCCI auditors Ernst & Young, and has so far recouped 46 per cent of the missing pounds 6 billion.
Upscale foam-backed vinyl siding replacement recouped 83.
The tenants, who were expecting to make comments on the costs and workmanship and perhaps lessen the amount of money to be recouped, were never afforded that chance, a premise that Justice Herman Cahn agreed with in his ruling last week.
In a recent qui tam settlement involving a nursing home, a discharged employee received $26,250 and the government recouped $150,000 based on false billings: U.
The report includes cost data, resale value and percentage recouped at sale for 18 projects, including a first this year: a home office remodel.
As a shareholder in two companies, she lost $7,700 in some investments and recouped about $700 - little more than $1 per share - while attorneys got $11 million.
DevSource recouped its initial investment in online data backup within months, securing some 250 licenses and has found the eStronghold offering to be an enticing door opener.
08213 per unit, and support payments which may be recouped in future periods will then total $1,064,855.
At the same time, you have to protect your interest and we have a substantial financial commitment with the dealership that needs to be recouped.
5 million cash, of the amount previously recouped by the carrier.