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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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5 per cent, the Treasury said, adding that the maximum recoupment amount is AaAaAeA@1/4100,000 per membe
The vast majority of voluntary clawback policies provide the issuer with discretion as to whether or not to pursue recoupment in any particular case.
A debtors right of setoff or recoupment, which is a state law right (1), is one of the debtor's personal defenses that Section 558 preserves.
074 million, recoupment of stone apron along left guide bank upstream Guddu Barrage with an estimated cost of Rs 665.
Complying with a recoupment will reduce hassle and more quickly resolve an audit.
Another option is to negotiate by paying the recoupment sum, but getting the auditors to agree that no further look-backs will occur from a certain time frame.
Recoupment has been described as a "powerful tool" in bankruptcy, capable of seriously influencing an individual's income or an organization's ability to reorganize.
This Comment argues that disconnecting recoupment from causation leads to overdeterrence and perpetuates the dangerous phenomenon of "too big to fail.
DoJ responded to Buckingham's counterclaim by saying the company has conceded "that the only potential basis for subject-matter jurisdiction over its counterclaim is the equitable doctrine of recoupment.
6 require, "Recovery of nonrecurring cost recoupment charges shall cease upon the recovery of total DoD costs.
Producers argue that the UKFC's self-feeding recoupment policy was a major factor in its failure to build a sustainable U.