double liability

  • 1double liability — Double recovery for a single liability. St. Louis S.W.R.Co. v Meyer (Me) 272 SW2d 249, 46 ALR2d 964. See double damages …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 2double liability — noun : the liability of the owner of stock (as of a bank) that is subject to assessment up to its face value although originally full paid …

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  • 3double liability of stockholder — See superadded liability …

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  • 4Double taxation — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy …

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  • 5Double-H Boots — manufactures western footwear. It is owned by H.H. Brown, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. History Double H Boots began in 1955 in Richland, Pennsylvania. The original factory location was an area shoe company that had other facilities in the… …

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  • 6double taxation treaty — UK US noun [C] (also double taxation agreement) TAX, GOVERNMENT ► an agreement between two or more countries that reduces the amount of tax that a international worker or company must pay, so they do not have to pay tax twice on the same income:… …

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  • 7Double-entry bookkeeping system — A double entry bookkeeping system is a set of rules for recording financial information in a financial accounting system in which every transaction or event changes at least two different nominal ledger accounts. The name derives from the fact… …

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  • 8Liability — A financial obligation, or the cash outlay that must be made at a specific time to satisfy the contractual terms of such an obligation. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * liability li‧a‧bil‧i‧ty [ˌlaɪəˈbɪlti] noun liabilities PLURALFORM …

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  • 9liability — 1) In the broad legal sense, responsibility or obligation. For example, a person is liable to pay his debts, under the law; 2) In accounting, any debt owed by an individual or organization. Current, or short term, liabilities are those to be paid …

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  • 10Double Glazing & Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme — The DGCOS, or Double Glazing Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme, was established in early 2010 to provide an independent regulatory body for UK’s double glazing and conservatory industry.[1] The DGCOS was launched in May 2010 with the backing of… …

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  • 11Double Irish Arrangement — The Double Irish Arrangement is a tax avoidance strategy that U.S. based multinational corporations use to lower their income tax liability. The idea is to use payments between related entities in a corporate structure to shift income from a… …

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  • 12double taxation — Taxation that falls on the same source of income in more than one country. Taxation is normally levied on a person s worldwide income in the country of residence but, in addition, most countries also levy a charge on income that arises within… …

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  • 13liability — A commitment to pay for goods, services, or financing costs. Liabilities possess a number of characteristics: (i) They give rise to transfers of quantifiable economic benefits, in the form of *cash payments or *payments in kind; (ii) they are… …

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  • 14double damages — Multiple damages awarded under statutory authority for certain classes of wrongs, some courts regarding the excess of the award over the amount of injury actually sustained as an extraordinary liability imposed by way of penalty, others regarding …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 15double taxation agreement — An agreement made between two countries identifying the relief available to companies or individuals that are subject to tax in both countries. As a result of such agreements several different types of double taxation relief are available: (1)… …

    Accounting dictionary

  • 16double-edged sword — noun A benefit that is also a liability, or that carries some significant but non obvious cost or risk. Syn: two edged sword …

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  • 17double Irish Dutch sandwich — noun Commerce the avoidance of tax liability by using payments between related entities in a corporate structure to shift taxable income from a high income tax country to a low one; requires one offshore subsidiary company in a tax haven …

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  • 18superadded liability — A personal liability, otherwise known as double liability, once imposed quite generally in this country by constitutional or statutory provisions upon stockholders in banks or business corporations, such being a liability of a stockholder for… …

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  • 19stockholder's liability — Phrase is frequently employed to denote stockholder s statutory, added or double liability for corporation s debts, notwithstanding full payment for stock, but is often employed where stockholder, agreeing to pay full par value of stock, obtained …

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  • 20Limited liability company — This article is about a U.S. specific business entity form. For limited liability companies in the United Kingdom, see Limited company. For a general discussion of entities with limited liability, see Corporation …

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