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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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Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has given providers a new legal basis to stop recoupment of Medicare overpayments pending the exhaustion of administrative remedies.
As almost all academies became recoupment academies in 2015- 16, more spending on academies is
Issues: Emery PC argued that the levy should not proceed because it was entitled to offset the employment tax liability with the overpayment by Emery LLC through equitable recoupment. Equitable recoupment, a judicially created doctrine, allows taxpayers to avoid the bar of an expired statutory limitation period.
The recoupment test exonerates some below-cost pricing whose condemnation would have little chilling effect on procompetitive conduct.
The scheme will take into account deposits that have not been impaired or have already been recouped by the government, as was the case with deposits at Laiki, and accounts for 52.5 per cent, the Treasury said, adding that the maximum recoupment amount is AaAaAeA@1/4100,000 per membe
Recoupment policies differ from court to court but are often part of a "package of economic sanctions" tied to a case's resolution, she said.
The vast majority of voluntary clawback policies provide the issuer with discretion as to whether or not to pursue recoupment in any particular case.
The trade creditors opposed this relief and invoked their state law setoff and recoupment rights to apply their obligations on account of the credits first towards their less valuable general unsecured claims, thereby allowing them to maximize recoveries on their Section 503(b)(9) priority claims.
The IRC also discussed two other schemes, including the proposal for the recoupment of stone apron along SH bund and recouping of stone apron along guide bank of Thatta-Sujawal Bridge with an estimated cost of Rs.
For many SNFs, it's a matter of when, not if, the facility will be subject to an audit and subsequent recoupment activity.
District Court says defendant buyer is entitled to recoupment that will reduce the purchase amount, even though the subject promissory note states there is no "offset"; but the buyer still owes the seller $97,751.69.
Complying with a recoupment will reduce hassle and more quickly resolve an audit.