disposable assets

Related to disposable assets: Temporary Assets
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disposable assets

pl (Fin) → disponibles (spec)or frei verfügbares Vermögen
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The SC explained that, under the Electric Power Industry Reform Act, PSALM should assume all Napocor's existing generation assets, liabilities, independent power producer contracts, real estate and other disposable assets.
In addition to power assets, the law also directed PSALM to take ownership and implement a sale or privatization program for real estate and all other disposable assets.
Citing Section 50 of the Epira law, the high court said: 'Psalm's principal purpose is to manage the orderly sale, disposition, and privatization of the generations assets, real estate and other disposable assets, and contracts of the National Power Corporation with the objective of liquidating all its financial obligations and stranded contract costs.
But the scary part is once all the disposable assets have gone, what then?
I feel strongly that these developments raise a number of important issues: their artificial nature in terms of social intercourse and community; their location on the fringe of towns, making them difficult to access by public transport; and their potential for creating social division as they cannot, in practice, be bought or leased by older people with no disposable assets.
They realise that the elderly have most of the disposable assets and they want to get their hands on them before they become inheritances.
Billion pound television deals and lucrative sponsorship agreements have well and truly made fans disposable assets in the eyes of the men who have no real love for the game.
A new "Holding" division or asset fund will be created to handle some of the bank's disposable assets and any other non-banking business that have commercial value, such as 250 properties in Greece that have a market value of about 100 mln euros.
Between 2006 and 2011 the number of centa-millionaires - those with disposable assets of more than $100 million [AED367.
As the markets recover, it increases disposable assets that can be used to make gifts that provide both a deduction and capital gains tax saving," said Barlow Mann, chief operating officer at The Sharpe Group, a consultancy in Memphis, Tenn.
He led the way in tackling vested interests in the media, the banks and those predatory companies who treat people as disposable assets.