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Synonyms for unperfected

not perfected, elaborated, or completed

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The possibility of the DTF prevailing over an unperfected security interest presupposes that the New York tax lien is a judicial lien.
NetBank, which had not filed financing statements, was unperfected, and
According to Larry Highbloom, president of VINtek, 'The Dealer Monitoring Program reduces and prevents the accumulation of unperfected liens for auto finance lenders of all sizes.
The piece appeared in Arkansas Law Notes, which I don't ordinarily see, and it reads, in its entirety (if you ignore a Bob-Lanier-size footnote): "Once and for all, let's get this straight: unperfected does not mean unsecured.
Major newspapers have written about the collapse of the leadership, about the average US citizen losing his trust in the president and his administration and about an unperfected bailout plan that the president supporters, who brought this crisis on the Americans, the world and themselves, were eager to adopt.
If Clifford Leech is even half right in his theories of composition of this play, then we have all the more reason to think of it as, if not exactly unfinished in terms of narrative, at least uncorrected and unperfected.
Wiktor is also the editor of the nine-volume series Unperfected Treaties of the United States of America 1776-1976.
Unbeknownst to the Department at the time, the 1999-2000 loans were neither first liens nor residential mortgages, and the Department certainly had no idea from the 1999 annual statement or other financial statements that the mortgages were unperfected due to Mr.
Granted, the cardboard guitar man may not display the cultural munificence of the world's great orchestras to which Mr Riley is clearly accustomed, but surely in a ``Capital of Culture elect'' unperfected forms of entertainment are to be applauded.
Unperfected water rights are subject to Nevada's laws of abandonment and forfeiture.
In short, I am speaking of the intentional use of, and the ascription of legal value to, a class of unperfected legal acts by international tribunals and the international constitutional implications of this practice.
Copyright Officer meant its lien was unperfected as against all Avalon's software related assets, including the proceeds from selling those assets.
However, the unperfected soul travels along the path of darkness to temporary celestial or dark realms in order to live out the effects of good and bad deeds, and then reincarnates.
The insured deed of trust is now certain to be avoided under section 544(a), because it will be deemed unperfected as of the date of commencement of the bankruptcy.
There is far more at issue than scar tissue and loss of sensation from unperfected surgeries.