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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On March 19, a point of order was raised with respect to the receivability of an amendment to a motion to authorize the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs to examine and report on allegations to pressure the former Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada.
He added that each and every objection on the receivability, relevancy, production and admissibility of documentary evidence had been clearly stretched by the trial court.
The NAB prosecutor further maintained that documentary evidence adduced along with the ocular examination duly recorded by the trial court emphatically established the prosecution case, adding each and every objection on the receivability, relevancy, production and admissibility of documentary evidence had been clearly stretched by the trial court.
Bitcoin does not benefit from public receivability or legal tender laws.
This intervention sought to generally determine if a pilot ECD intervention would be received well in a group setting at a WIC clinic--as such, groups were treated equally and we did not seek to measure the impact of group size and its association with ECD material receivability.
These monies typically benefit from some form of legal-tender status and public receivability (i.e., the government accepts taxes in and makes payments with the incumbent money).
(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." They cannot be localized: they spatialize....
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.