debitor


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debitor

(ˈdɛbɪtə)
n
1. (Accounting & Book-keeping) the heading written at the top of the debit column in an accounts book
2. (Economics)
a. a person or organization that owes a debt
b. (as modifier): debitor countries.
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Noun1.debitor - a person who owes a creditor; someone who has the obligation of paying a debt
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
deadbeat, defaulter - someone who fails to meet a financial obligation
fly-by-night - a debtor who flees to avoid paying
mortgager, mortgagor - the person who gives a mortgage in return for money to be repaid; "we became mortgagors when the bank accepted our mortgage and loaned us the money to buy our new home"
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The following tasks and processes must be supported by the financial system: - account plan, - budget and budget follow-up - including liquidity, - debitor, - plant management and construction accounts, - reporting and analysis, - management information, - financial and accounting, Including annual accounts and cost accounting, - payment (bank, Cash and e-invoice), Creditor and financial accounting, - management supervision and controls.
crisis has aligned Agamben's homo sacer and Lazzarato's homo debitor with astonishing ease.
3): "Et si dicis quod Deus peccaret causando talem actum deformem, sicut voluntas creata peccat quia causat talem actum: respondeo: Deus nullius est debitor, et ideo nec tenetur illum actum causare nec oppositum actum, nec illum actum non causare, et ideo non peccat quantumcumque illum actum causet.
The creditor will have the right to obtain a lump sum of 40 from the debitor, as well as to charge fines for costs accrued due to delays in payment, such as lawyers' fees or debt collection agency charges.
Schwarz also wrote that "in teutschen landen", "man die guetter nicht fur debitor helt.
Si vero debitor, quantum aeris debet, tantum creditori persolvat, sinistra tamen intentione, nempe ut illud dilapidet, vel si gladium, quem in deposito habet, domino restituat, sciens in malum usura esse ab illo repetitum, tunc tale opus iustum simpliciter censetur, quia est debito aequale, licet non opus virtutis neque, qui solvit, sit smdiosus".
5) Acesta traia simplu, administrandu-si mica proprietate de pamant in aproprierea orasului si suplimentandu-si venitul saracacios cu castiguri marunte din exercitarea restrictiva si aproape clandestina a profesiei sale, din moment ce a fost exclus din orice birou public ca debitor din comunitatea Florentei.
Y se puede decir lo mismo de John Carpenter para su tratado A most excellent instruction for the exact and perfect keeping merchants bookes of accovnts, by vvay of debitor and creditor (1632) (28).
Instead like Cato he chose what Iago calls "a debitor and creditor," a "counter-caster" and "arithmetician" (1.
It had already been partly replaced in 1828 by a borrowing and discount facility, whereby 100 000 speciedaler in silver coins and 150 000 speciedaler in banknotes the debitor, in this context were made available for discounting bills of exchange.
Tanto reus como debitor aparecen entre las equivalencias propuestas para obnoxius en el CGL, pero nunca juntos.
If you are no longer using your gym or want a magazine subscription, it's important to cancel the Direct Debitor you could potentially find yourself hundreds of pounds out of pocket.