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Repayment

The act of paying off debts. If one borrows a certain amount, one must eventually repay it to the lender.
References in classic literature ?
When Simonides said that the repayment of a debt was justice, he did not mean to include that case?
You mean that the return of a deposit of gold which is to the injury of the receiver, if the two parties are friends, is not the repayment of a debt,--that is what you would imagine him to say?
Then if a man says that justice consists in the repayment of debts, and that good is the debt which a man owes to his friends, and evil the debt which he owes to his enemies,--to say this is not wise; for it is not true, if, as has been clearly shown, the injuring of another can be in no case just.
I and my seed are responsible for the repayment of the loan.
With no deposit and no repayments for the first three months, the remaining 44 repayments would be PS219 with an optional final repayment of PS4,703.
Fiat Panda and Punto customers can 'Say No' to a deposit and to the first three monthly repayments.
"Post refinancing, the Junior Sukuk will be downgraded to C2/Stable/- (from B1/Negative/-) which reflects a very low likelihood of LEKAS meeting the scheduled repayments and the financing instrument's subordinated position.
Leaving out the interest repayments that donors receive from developing countries inflates the value of official development assistance (ODA) loans by $5bn each year.
Total repayment recommended pounds 290.82 Total repayments since April 2009: pounds 512.92.
"It was agreed with the lenders that the loan repayments and the reduction of the group's overall debt will be kept a high priority." When it is reasonable, and possible, for the shipper, early prepayment conditions of the deferred loan portions will be applied.
8508) provided that shareholder advances not evidenced by separate written instruments and repayments on the advances (open account debt) are treated as a single indebtedness.
Cath Hearnden, My Mortgage Direct director, said: "The double whammy of interest rate rises and the end of low-rate fixed deals has seen mortgage repayments shoot up overnight for many homeowners.