prior charges

prior charges

INTEREST payments on DEBENTURES and LOAN STOCK which must be paid by a company before any dividend payments can be made to shareholders. See ORDINARY SHARE, PREFERENCE SHARE.
Collins Dictionary of Business, 3rd ed. © 2002, 2005 C Pass, B Lowes, A Pendleton, L Chadwick, D O’Reilly and M Afferson
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There will be an interest charge of 5% annually on the balance outstanding while New Age has prior charges over the joint venture and its property as well as a convertible option in the event of a default.
The SEC filed a new fraud action against Longfin and its CEO for "falsifying the company's revenue and, together with a former Longfin consultant, for fraudulently securing the company's listing on Nasdaq." The SEC's prior charges against these defendants and two others resulted in a preliminary injunction freezing more than $27M in allegedly illegal trading proceeds from unregistered distributions of Longfin stock, the agency said in a statement.
According to court documents, the defendant has 36 prior charges related to theft, drugs and assault.
He has dodged multiple prior charges and lived to tell his triumphant tale.
Heidbrick has been charged with three class A misdemeanors, in addition to the prior charges.
Under the legislation, judges making decisions on bail or sentencing would also have uniform access to all available information about a defendant, including prior charges and past restraining orders.
In Lucarano, the defendant informed police during questioning that he did not have a lawyer representing him on his prior pending charges, of which police were aware, because the prior charges involved the defendant's girlfriend and would be resolved in Family Court.
Properties may not bill residents for prior charges. Fees may only be assessed for service provided after May 5, 2009.
In addition, one point is added if he had one prior conviction or two prior charges of a sex offense, two points are added if he had two or three prior convictions or three to five prior charges of a sex offense, and three points added if he had four or more prior convictions or six or more prior charges of a sex offense.
More than one-half of inmates in 2002 were held following a conviction on new charges (37 percent) or prior charges following revocation of probation or parole (18 percent).
Black activist groups staged an economic boycott of Cincinnati after the 2001 shooting of Timothy Thomas,19, who was wanted on prior charges of fleeing police when he ran from officers.