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Rescheduling of Debt

The extension of the repayment period of a loan. Rescheduled loans are most common when the borrower informs the lender that he/she will be unable to repay the loan in time, or when the borrower cannot afford payments. Because a default would hurt both the borrower and the lender, the lender often works with the borrower through options, such as rescheduling the repayment.
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Practitioners reported that rescheduling will alter their prescribing of HCPs by significant percentages for the treatment of acute/chronic pain and have a resultant effect on the use of alternative medications.
The restructuring also comes with a rescheduling fee of about US$1.
Now, "the scientific, medical, and epidemiological data are robust and support rescheduling [of hydrocodone combination products] into scheddle II," according to the final rule.
The CRO will work with the Reorganisation and Steering Committee and its advisers, group management and the Co-ordinating Committee of creditor banks ('CoCom') on all matters related to the rescheduling of the group's financial indebtedness," the company statement said.
Since signing the rescheduling agreement, Global has made interest payments of $82 million in addition to settling KD20 million ($71.
Rescheduling of debt has been the subject of substantial academic research.
With some rescheduling, the 597th Transportation Group is again moving critical ammunition cargoes.
8 billion, which is almost half the total amount of Indonesian rescheduling to Paris Club creditor countries approved in April last year.
Sattar said Pakistan was ''buried under a debt mountain of $40 billion'' and has been seeking a rescheduling by the IMF, World Bank and donor countries.
In one of the final stages of the rescheduling challenge, completed earlier this month, court-ordered hearings were held in New Orleans, San Francisco and Washington, D.
The rescheduling is primarily due to completing necessary analyses around purchase accounting related to First Charter Corporation's fourth quarter 2006 acquisition of Gwinnett Banking Company and the reporting of the previously announced fourth quarter sale of Southeastern Employee Benefits Services.
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