exigible


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exigible

(ˈɛksɪdʒəbəl)
adj
liable to be exacted or required: part of the debt is exigible this month.
[C17: from French, from exiger to demand, from Latin exigere; see exigent]
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120) While an instalment sale creates an existing obligation to transfer ownership once the purchase price is paid in full, this obligation constitutes an "obligation with a suspensive term" that "does not become exigible until the occurrence of a future and certain event.
Le droit a l'information en tant que droit pleinement exigible et instrument de promotion des valeurs democratiques B.
TEI fully supports the Government's interest in ensuring that properly exigible tax revenues are collected in connection with cross-border business travelers and that CRA has the ability to audit and verify such activities.
El simple incumplimiento del pacto hara inmediatamente exigible el total de la deuda y sera sancionado con multa administrativa.
The court held that since no income of the agent was exigible to tax in India, the question of deducting tax at source did not arise.
A cause d'une masse salariale excessive, la Ligue constate une situation financiere tres inquietante des clubs, a savoir l'accumulation des deficits, la degradation de l'actif net, le fort endettement dont 80% exigible a court terme et le non-respect des engagements contractuels.
This would both eliminate the costs and inefficiencies associated with parallel processes and facilitate the development in the sheriff's office of a comprehensive expertise in supervision of the seizure and disposition of the all-inclusive range of assets that would be exigible under the Act.
Where a future obligation is secured by the suretyship contracted for an indeterminate period, the surety may, by his unilateral notice, dissolve it upon expiry of three years from its contraction if, during the three years, the obligation has not become exigible.
I]t is difficult to see how a provision such as Article [36(1)(b)] of the [Vienna] Convention--which is essentially a right on the part of an alien accused in a criminal matter to be informed of a right to take advantage of the possible availability of consular assistance-can be elevated to the status of a fundamental guarantee, universally exigible as a conditio sine qua non for meeting the internationally accepted standards of due process.
Mais pour moi, c'est ce qui s'appelle des documents a produire, comme un volet exigible obligatoire mais je n'ai pas senti qu'il y avait de reflexion sur les principes qui sous-tendaient ces documents; ils ne sont que la partie visible de la chose.
income taxes of $15,909,000, which, when and if exigible, would be