Partial compensation

Partial compensation

Incomplete payment for the delivery of goods to one party by buying back a certain amount of product from the same party.

Partial Compensation

A situation in which a buyer makes incomplete payment for the delivery of goods, some of which are therefore bought back by the seller, effectively withholding them from delivery.
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In partial compensation the costumes were often elaborate, with all the finery of the church wardrobe and much of those of the wealthy citizens.
As of August 12, for the period December 2018 and January-June 2019, Ukrainian agricultural producers have been allocated UAH 331 million of partial compensation for the cost of purchase of agricultural machinery and equipment of domestic production.
'Instead of making full reparation and compensation, the first respondent (KPC) actively sabotaged the compensation process by making partial compensation relating to crop and livestock losses," court documents read.
Zimbabwe next month will start paying partial compensation to white commercial farmers whose properties were seized nearly 20 years ago under Robert Mugabe's land reforms, the government said Monday.
The city demanded $2 million in partial compensation in an August letter.
For opposite number Shin Tae-yong there were mixed feelings, with the capture of a major scalp only partial compensation for his side's exit from the finals as Group F's thirdplaced team.
For opposite number Shin Taeyong, there were mixed feelings with the win only partial compensation for his side's exit from the finals.
Or so one may have initially thought, because the bailout agreement provided for losses for pension funds and also included funds for a partial compensation for their losses.
Al-Ani called on the government to "clarify clearly what are its procedures for reconstruction in cities with a percentage of destruction in some of them more than eighty percent, yet we did not find any attention to this urgent issue in the budget or even partial compensation for those affected." He also asked what about the technical preparations for the Commission, which has not yet opened centers to update the voter records in Nineveh, for example, which the rate of updating records is only two percent?
The F-16's eventually went to New Zealand while Pakistan and the US settled the dispute under Bill Clinton's presidency, albeit via a partial compensation. In Pakistan, the story is perceived by many as a national humiliation, and an example as to why the Americans cannot be trusted.
El-Far said that the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) has approved compensating the companies supplying electric equipments after they submitted official requests to obtain partial compensation for the losses they suffered following the flotation.