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a creditor's accounts of money owed to him

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Variable Definition Firm Market Debt Ratio Total book debt/(total book debt + market equity), where total debt is the sum of long-term debt and notes payable, and market equity is found as the product of the number of shares outstanding and share price at the fiscal year-end.
The company is set to be liquidated after an administrator's report showed it collapsed with book debts of PS3.
With the sale of Vivendi Environnement, Vivendi Universal's net book debt is expected to come to Euro 14 billion on December 31, 2002 (as against 37 billion on December 31, 2001)," the group announced.
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.
59m by debtors when it ceased trading and it is still owed PS973,000, a figure book debt collectors said it does not anticipate collecting in full.
At each event, participants will have the chance to win $100 toward paying off their debt, financial coaching sessions from the NFCC, the Equifax's Debt Wise[TM] product and a copy of the book Debt Free for Life by Equifax's David Bach.
Examples include a German banking licence application, leading a pounds 700 million book debt securitisation, the establishment of several large multi-jurisdictional vendor sales aid programs, and undertaking a diligence project on a large leasing business acquisition.
Fitch expects Dillard's will pay down $126 million in debt maturities in 2011 and 2012, bringing book debt down to just over $800 million.
At the same time, the sale will materially strengthen its capital base, given that the sale proceeds will be bigger than its current book debt of less than USD1bn (EUR731m), the service noted.
Since a House of Lords ruling earlier this year, a lender cannot be considered as having a fixed charge over a book debt unless they are deemed as having "control".
This means that the proceeds of book debt realisations in a liquidation will be classified as floating charge realisations, putting banks in the queue for payment behind the preferential creditors including PAYE and VAT.
Mr Gardner said that, in the past, the main security for bank loans, such as overdrafts, had been the book debt of the company.
The case called into question whether book debt charges surrounding the receivership of Brumark were fixed or floating.
Rite Aid had $6 billion of book debt outstanding as of February 28, 2009.