post-maturity


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Synonyms for post-maturity

the state in which women have stopped ovulating

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The accurate determination of the expected date of delivery of a child is protective of both the mother and child, helping to prevent misguided interference with pregnancy following the diagnosis of post-maturity arising from unreliable calculations.
Courts that have interpreted interest guaranties and refused to find the guarantors liable for post-maturity interest have sometimes fallen back on a number of policy arguments to uphold their position.
Where interest after maturity is made payable quarterly or semi-annually, separate actions for each installment might be brought; but a bit more cumbersome and complex from a litigation standpoint to proceed on post-maturity interest that is continuously due and payable and that increases in amount each and every day.
All cash flow is being trapped and post-maturity payments are being applied while the special servicer works to resolve the loan or dispose of the assets.
The borrower is making post-maturity scheduled payments while pursuing refinancing.
The loan matured and is currently due in full, but the borrower has asked for a six-month forbearance which would allow the borrower to continue to operate the center post-maturity.