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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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To the practical formalist, the question of whether a plaintiff can vindicate her rights will generally turn on whether the arbitration clause would force the plaintiff to shoulder non-recoupable costs that exceed the value of the relief sought, as distinct from statutorily recoupable costs.
60,000 in recoupable costs in just two weeks from a reduction in agent errors and policy violations; and
The costs for independent promoters, those paid to get the album played at radio stations, are sometimes 100% recoupable from the artist's royalties.
Plus, McLean offers his artists the chance to keep some of the money they earn from record sales once they've paid off half of the recoupable expenses they owe.
Sanctions should be brought to bear carefully, and losses should be recoupable.
The hospital issued cut-backs in new equipment, energy use, educational course costs, recoupable posts, travelling expenses, external contracts, and educational course costs.
In connection with the agreement, Image will receive a $3 million advance deposit, recoupable by BMG against future royalties due Image.
The cost of bringing a motion is inevitable and not recoupable.
Advances are always recoupable, booze probably is too.
Will the company's investment in an operation abroad be recoupable in U.
The direct acoustical correspondence denied George in his attempt to write the sound of the "heart" beating within Rita's body becomes recoupable by the reader who can now directly hear the author in the novel.
Nor is it necessary to the informed-defendant model that none of the investigation costs be recoupable later in the litigation.