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Synonyms for demand

Synonyms for demand

to ask for urgently or insistently

to assert one's right to

Synonyms

to have as a need or prerequisite

the act of demanding

something asked for or needed

Synonyms for demand

the ability and desire to purchase goods and services

required activity

the act of demanding

a condition requiring relief

request urgently and forcefully

claim as due or just

Synonyms

lay legal claim to

Related Words

summon to court

ask to be informed of

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1989); Calomiris & Kahn, supra note 18 (arguing that demandable debt, such as demand deposits, serve an important role in disciplining banks); JAMES R.
Of these liabilities, the proportion between fixed-term liabilities and demandable liabilities would vary.
MMFs perform the core economic activities that define banking--they finance illiquid assets with demandable liabilities and undertake liquidity transformation--and pose risks to financial stability similar to those posed by banks.
Por consiguiente, el demandante debe impugnar los dos en sede judicial, a menos que el recurso haya revocado el acto original, caso en el cual solo es demandable en ultimo (40), lo que permitira dar vida al acto original, si prospera la demanda contra su revocatoria.
8) Banks are fragile institutions that simultaneously grant loans and issue demandable deposits.
como Jurisdiccional, evento en el cual no es demandable ante esta
Pero el autor nebuloso decidio que yo era el demandable.
1) Banks borrow funds from households and firms in the form of short-term and demandable deposits (used as a storage and payment facility).
Allegations of abuse must be anchored on real events before courts may step in to settle actual controversies involving rights which are legally demandable and enforceable,'' the court said in its decision.
Economic segment cars are the most demandable in Pakistan.
To a great degree, the 1987 Constitution has narrowed the reach of the political question doctrine when it expanded the power of judicial review of this court not only to settle actual controversies involving rights which are legally demandable and enforceable but also to determine whether or not there has been a grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction on the part of any branch or instrumentality of government.
Also, if we consider the demandable nature of the debts to the State budget and that of the obligations to suppliers, we can draw the following conclusions:
Es importante resaltar el enfasis de la politica del gobierno distrital en considerar los componentes del derecho a la salud, una alimentacion sana y suficiente, la vivienda y habitat saludables, el acceso a bienes y servicios de salud como derechos, al igual que el considerar a la salud como un derecho fundamental exigible y demandable por parte de los ciudadanos al Estado social y democratico de derecho y no como un factor asistencial.
Instead, the Brazilian optimists have kept patiently to the slow Tortoise-like race that is destined for sure victory and success based on keen observation, repeated experimentation and scientific argumentation of certainty from mastering the best sustainable knowledge, technology and lucrative business about sugarcane and its advanced products like bioethanol and other co-products like bioelectricity that are becoming more demandable in the contemporary supply and consumption markets.
Kahn, "The Role of Demandable Debt in Structuring Optimal Banking Arrangements," American Economic Review 81, June 1991, pp.