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Repayment

The act of paying off debts. If one borrows a certain amount, one must eventually repay it to the lender.
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Where the use of a capital contribution is not practical, shareholders should closely track debt basis and avoid repayments until debt basis has been fully restored.
The ratings on the classes A-1 and A-2 notes address the timely payment of interest and the ultimate repayment of principal by the stated maturity date.
For loan repayments after a military leave, the original loan term can be extended to five years (assuming it was less than five years), plus the time for the military service.
During the term of the demand notes, one son made a partial repayment of $15,000; no other payments were received by Miller.
Loan repayments are for principal only, although the loans will bear interest once a district defaults.
The agreement must specify the loan's amount, term and repayment schedule.
The ratings on classes A, B and C address the timely payment of interest and the ultimate repayment of principal by the stated maturity date.
The use and benefit of current S losses at the cost of incurring a future year capital gain from the debt repayment may nevertheless result in a benefit to the shareholder, by allowing the use of capital losses he would not otherwise be using in the foreseeable future (besides the allowable $3,000 a year deduction).
A reserve for all parity debt, funded by bond proceeds at 100% of maximum annual debt service, is available to make up shortfalls that could potentially occur due to any missed repayments.
The presence of a note with a stated market rate of interest and actual note repayments also serves as important evidence that the funds transferred by the shareholder were a valid loan.
If a related-party loan is denominated in a foreign currency and an exchange loss attributable to principal repayments is sustained, there is substantial authority that the loss is currently deductible as an ordinary loss.
a state aid intercept to assure local bond repayments, a reserve funded at maximum annual debt service and backed by a moral obligation make up provision, and a sizable supplemental reserve.