receivability

receivability

(rɪˌsiːvəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
1. (Banking & Finance) formal the fact or condition of being receivable
2. (Law) formal the fact or condition of being receivable
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Bitcoin does not benefit from public receivability or legal tender laws.
On April 13 the Speaker ruled on the receivability of an amendment to Bill C-6, amending the Citizenship Act.
Under Lot Receivability - Testing and commissioning of developed data recovery solutions.
These monies typically benefit from some form of legal-tender status and public receivability (i.
9) The same argument applies to any fiat money, to the extent that its market value exceeds whatever floor value it has due to exclusive tax receivability or other government compulsion.
Pedestrian motor functions thus create one of the "true systems whose existence actually makes the city," but which "have no physical receivability.
The covering Note by the Secretary-General transmitting Palestine's application to the General Assembly made no reference to the receivability of the application.
With the customs receivability provision omitted, the seigniorage potential of the Greenbacks in the new flexible exchange rate regime was enhanced.
I think that the relative robustness and receivability of DTV, compared to analogue, is very much evidenced by the receivability of DTV in a harsh mobile environment, where there is no directivity in the receiving antenna," says John Bigeni, representative of the DVB Group in Southeast Asia.
Rather, it is intended to disqualify the kind of truth that depends on such details, while demonstrating at the same time Aragon's mastery of both truth and falsehood, his ability to combine the two without jeopardizing the receivability of his writing.
Congress had expected that national bank notes would be a "uniform national currency," circulating at par throughout the country by virtue of their common collateral backing and their public receivability.
We have obtained the receivability of Sitavig([R]) US registration file last May from the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).