unliquidated


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unliquidated

(ʌnˈlɪkwɪˌdeɪtɪd)
adj
(of a debt or claim, etc) not settled or paid off(of a commercial firm, bankrupt estate, etc) not terminated by having the liabilities assessed and the assets appropriated for settlement
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I have no feeling for you, sir, but one of unliquidated pity.
Under the temporary pressure of pecuniary liabilities, contracted with a view to their immediate liquidation, but remaining unliquidated through a combination of circumstances, I have been under the necessity of assuming a garb from which my natural instincts recoil - I allude to spectacles - and possessing myself of a cognomen, to which I can establish no legitimate pretensions.
Therefore, if it is intended that the employer will recover its actual losses, its unliquidated damages, then parties should express clearly that 'liquidated damages will not apply and the employer shall be entitled to recover its proven losses'.
As we explained in Argonaut, "The distinction between liquidated and unliquidated damages is closely linked to [the now obsolete] 'penalty theory' of prejudgment interest.
Such modification guarantees a minimum bond amount, yet ensures that the bond amount is not substantially and artificially inflated by a large amount of secured and/or unliquidated debt.
Recommendation: To better ensure that FLH funds obligated but unliquidated are efficiently used to provide farm labor housing, the Secretary of Agriculture should direct the Administrator of RHS to issue guidance on obligation expiration dates and make all RHS staff in the state and local offices aware of the guidance and how to implement it.
But I defy anyone to tell me what this, which was part of an economic report, actually means: "Purification of unliquidated obligations is essential for the early identification and correction of invalid obligation amounts to ensure full and effective fund utilisation.
However, a debtor may schedule a creditor's claim as disputed, contingent or unliquidated by checking a small box contained on the schedules next to the creditor's claim.
The court concluded that a default generally terminates the parties' right to further defend, except to contest unliquidated damages.
7106 to clarify that contract modifications decreasing the amount obligated should not be used, unless there is a significant amount of unliquidated obligations or the purpose is recover money owed to the government; and (3) amend the "Material Inspection and Receiving Report" instructions to address electronic submission.