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a creditor's accounts of money owed to him

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The company is set to be liquidated after an administrator's report showed it collapsed with book debts of PS3.
In legal terms, the defining features of book debt were that it did not contain an explicit promise by the debtor to pay the amounts listed, and it did not stipulate a time for payment.
5 billion in debt over the last 10 years to a level where consolidated book debt is under $1 billion.
Businesses may need to start shopping around for fresh sources of borrowing this autumn as new rules start to kick in that govern the use of book debts as security, warns Vicki Simpson, property finance partner at Birmingham law firm, Needham & James.
However, it has also caused nervousness among business people who in the past have considered that their personal guarantees would be relatively safe from the bank in the event of liquidation as the overdraft would be covered by the book debt proceeds.
Now, as a result of the High Court ruling, banks can only retrieve money from book debt after the demands of employees and liquidators have been satisfied.
The case called into question whether book debt charges surrounding the receivership of Brumark were fixed or floating.
The Company's leverage, calculated as book debt net of unrestricted cash and cash equivalents, divided by the sum of book equity, accumulated depreciation and loan loss reserves, each as determined in accordance with GAAP, was 2.
Rite Aid had $6 billion of book debt outstanding as of February 28, 2009.
5x RECONCILIATION OF NET INCOME TO EBITDA (3) Net income (loss) less preferred dividends ($97,652) Add: GAAP interest expense 131,165 Add: Depreciation, depletion and amortization 23,499 Add: Joint venture depreciation, depletion and amortization 10,688 EBITDA (3) $67,700 (1) Leverage is calculated by dividing book debt net of unrestricted cash and cash equivalents by the sum of book equity, accumulated depreciation and loan loss reserves.
Supplemental Information (In thousands) (unaudited) CREDIT STATISTICS Three Months Ended March 31, 2008 Book debt (A) $12,566,913 Book equity $2,851,742 Add: Accumulated depreciation/depletion and loan loss reserves 769,657 Sum of book equity, accumulated depreciation/depletion and loan loss reserves (B) $3,621,399 Book Debt / Sum of Book Equity, Accumulated Depreciation/Depletion and Loan Loss Reserves (A) / (B) 3.
2% CREDIT STATISTICS Book Debt (A) $5,238,280 Book Equity $2,544,054 Plus: Accumulated Depreciation and Loan Loss Reserves 327,656 Sum of Book Equity, Accumulated Depreciation and Loan Loss Reserves (B) $2,871,710 Book Debt / Sum of Book Equity, Accumulated Depreciation and Loan Loss Reserves (A)/(B) 1.
5% CREDIT STATISTICS Book Debt (A) $5,637,584 Book Equity $2,540,185 Plus: Accumulated Depreciation and Loan Loss Reserves 310,581 Sum of Book Equity, Accumulated Depreciation and Loan Loss Reserves (B) $2,850,766 Book Debt / Sum of Book Equity, Accumulated Depreciation and Loan Loss Reserves (A)/(B) 2.
The redemption and conversion of the preferred securities will reduce Unocal's book debt by $269 million.