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Synonyms for discharge

Synonyms for discharge

to remove the cargo or load from

to release from military duty

to free from an obligation or duty

to pass or pour out

to carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of

to set right by giving what is due

the act of beginning and carrying through to completion

the act of dismissing or the condition of being dismissed from employment

Synonyms for discharge

the act of venting

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a substance that is emitted or released

the pouring forth of a fluid

a formal written statement of relinquishment

the act of discharging a gun

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remove the charge from

go off or discharge

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pronounce not guilty of criminal charges

leave or unload

cause to go off

become empty or void of its content

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This criterion means that, if a school calculates its cost of attendance to be fifty thousand dollars, then any borrowing in excess of that amount is dischargeable even absent a showing of undue hardship.
Further, by enacting [section]523(a)(16), Congress at most recognized only that some assessments might otherwise be dischargeable, depending on state law.
Making private loans dischargeable may motivate private lenders to be more rigorous regarding their qualification demands (Mihaila et al., 2016) and should significantly diminish the quantity of loans private lenders may grant, learning that their loans are dischargeable.
Even though neither federal nor private student loan debt is dischargeable in bankruptcy, their lasting effects on debtors can be very different.
The statute also provides that to the extent permitted under federal law, an assignment that complies with the statutory requirements for a valid assignment gives the assignee a first priority claim that is not dischargeable in bankruptcy, against the proceeds received by the applicant (including its estate, trustee, or representative) from the tax credit application that is the subject of the assignment if the assignee has taken the steps needed under state and federal law to perfect a security interest in the assignment.
Student loans are not dischargeable in bankruptcy except in very limited cases.
Since the origin of the modern Bankruptcy Code, (1) when federal student loans were dischargeable in bankruptcy, it has become increasingly more difficult to discharge those loans in any bankruptcy proceeding.
(178) Among those considered dischargeable are debts accrued from unpaid medical costs, financial company loans, and unsecured debt, including credit card debt.
He also raises concerns that the student loans crisis will cause a recession in America which could possibly be worse than the housing crisis, because unlike home loans, student loans are not dischargeable in bankruptcy and they have exceeded 1 trillion dollars.
The bankruptcy court has the power to forgive tax debts in certain instances, and older tax debts are already dischargeable. The IRS recently issued guidance clarifying its position that tax debts can be discharged after a factsand-circumstances inquiry even if the debtor-taxpayer fails to properly follow basic IRS filing requirements.
Adding to the impending problem is that debts from student loans are not dischargeable in personal bankruptcy proceedings.
Among several recommendations the CFPB and Secretary of Education made to Congress in the report is to consider allowing private student loans to be dischargeable in bankruptcy.
(2) Validation of EIS (Electric vehicle Integration System) which aggregates data and information of available dischargeable capacity and hours of each EV while still allowing the EV to be used as a mean of transportation.