expectation interest

  • 1expectation interest — see interest 1 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 2expectation interest — hope that a particular legal outcome will result …

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  • 3interest — in·ter·est / in trəst; in tə rəst, ˌrest/ n [probably alteration of earlier interesse, from Anglo French, from Medieval Latin, from Latin, to be between, make a difference, concern, from inter between, among + esse to be] 1: a right, title, claim …

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  • 4expectation — / ekspek teISFn/ noun (C, U) 1 the belief that something will happen because it is likely or planned: your expectation is that: My expectation is that interest rates will go up. | against/contrary to (all) expectations: Against all expectations,… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 5Interest rate — Finance Financial markets Bond market …

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  • 6Expectation utilities — A qualification introduced by Bentham, to distinguish between two different types of utilities, or, rather, sources of utility (for utility, being identical to pleasure, remains always qualitatively the same). Expectation utilities are future… …

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  • 7Interest Due — The portion of a current mortgage payment that is comprised of interest on the remaining principal amount. In a standard amortizing mortgage, the first payments will go mainly toward interest due, with only a small percentage of the payment going …

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  • 8Interest Rate Differential - IRD — A differential measuring the gap in interest rates between two similar interest bearing assets. Traders in the foreign exchange market use interest rate differentials (IRD) when pricing forward exchange rates. Based on the interest rate parity, a …

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  • 9expectancy interest — n: expectation interest at interest 1 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 10Legitimate expectation — In English law, the concept of legitimate expectation arises from administrative law, a branch of public law. In proceedings for judicial review, it applies the principles of fairness and reasonableness to the situation where a person has an… …

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  • 11Real interest rate — The real interest rate is approximately the nominal interest rate minus the inflation rate (see Fisher equation and below for exact equation). Since the inflation rate over the course of a loan is not known initially, volatility in inflation… …

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  • 12Enlightened self-interest — is a philosophy in ethics which states that persons who act to further the interests of others (or the interests of the group or groups to which they belong), ultimately serve their own self interest. [ [http://www.adti.net/toc book/ch2 08.htm… …

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  • 13insurable interest in property — An interest in property to the extent that the owner of the interest derives a benefit from the existence of the property and will suffer a loss from its destruction. 29 Am J Rev ed Ins § 438. Any interest in property or any relation thereto or… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 14insurable interest in life — One s interest in his own life. Any reasonable expectation of benefit or advantage from the continued life of another person, which advantage or benefit need not be capable of pecuniary estimation, but may be predicated upon any relation which is …

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  • 15Local Government Pecuniary Interest Tribunal of New South Wales — The Local Government Pecuniary Interest and Disciplinary Tribunal of New South Wales is a tribunal which deals with complaints about local councils in New South Wales, a state of Australia. The tribunal began operations on 1 July 1993. On 1… …

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  • 16insurable interest — Such a real and substantial interest in specific property as will prevent a contract to indemnify the person interested against its loss from being a mere wager policy. Such an interest as will make the loss of the property of pecuniary damage to …

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