unperfected


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unperfected

(ˌʌnpəˈfɛktɪd)
adj
not perfected
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unperfected

adjective
Not perfected, elaborated, or completed:
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After he had faced the bitter fact that he was to leave the `Aeneid' unfinished, and had decreed that the great canvas, crowded with figures of gods and men, should be burned rather than survive him unperfected, then his mind must have gone back to the perfect utterance of the `Georgics,' where the pen was fitted to the matter as the plough is to the furrow; and he must have said to himself, with the thankfulness of a good man,
A bankruptcy trustee and debtor-in-possession, as judicial lien creditors, would also enjoy priority over an unperfected consignor,
[USPRwire, Tue May 21 2019] To offset implications of excessive fertilizer exposure on environment and human health, adoption of microencapsulated pesticides which essentially are chemical fertilizers enclosed within a protective enclosure to enable slow and systematic release of targeted pesticides across crop variants has demonstrated unperfected spike.
Summary: To offset implications of excessive fertilizer exposure on environment and human health, adoption of microencapsulated pesticides which essentially are chemical fertilizers enclosed within a protective enclosure to enable slow and systematic release of targeted pesticides across crop variants has demonstrated unperfected spike.
The CEBA lien gave the FHLBanks' security interest--even without possession of the notes--priority over an unperfected security interest of other creditors only if no other secured creditor had possession of collateral.
The inadequacy of the systems offered by the automation providers, forced the banks to request that their customers undertake the extra effort, to fill the gap created by the hasty removal of humans and their inadequate replacement by unperfected automation systems.
823, 823-26 (1993) (proposing that unperfected security interest have priority over a judicial lien creditor and, consequently, a trustee in bankruptcy).
the imperfect tense) and unperfected state of human politics, with the
Finally, as between two unperfected security interests, the order of attachment determines priority.
In its capacity as receiver, the FDIC repudiated the unperfected loan-participation sales by Penn Square, an action that led to the failures of several larger banks, including Seafirst (1982) and Continental Illinois (1984).
The Supreme Court held that the limited general creditor rights afforded to a trustee, under the then-current form of the Bankruptcy Act, did not include the powers of a judgment creditor, who could have defeated the equipment seller's unperfected claim to the equipment.
Does the former's interest become unperfected upon federal registration?