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North Wales businesses as a whole were also more likely than average to have at least begun paying back their loans with only 57% listed as outstanding.
If someone is already paying back debts in a DPP and they are made redundant or their income is suddenly halved, they can get a six-month payment holiday until they are on their feet again.
I don't agree with tuition fees at all, but if we must have them surely paying back what you borrowed is enough.
DAVID CAMERON had previously said before the appeals process was announced that Tory MPs not paying back money recommended by Sir Thomas could face being barred from the party.
West Midlands Chief Probation Officer Mike Maiden said: "The public like to see how offenders are paying back to the community for their crimes.
He and his wife were jailed for three years in January 2008 and for not paying back nearly pounds 300,000, he was given an extra three years.
This means that it has also put back the timetable for paying back cash owed to the Government.
The airline is likely to end up paying back government subsidies deemed illegal and the Greek government has said that the Commission is likely to demand repayment of some EUR500m.
Since Ramirez did not gain personally from his fraud, promised to start paying back his former employer (starting with a $25,000 down payment) and sought counseling, the district attorney decided not to seek a prison term for the 50-year-old balletomane.
When thinking about those variations, scientists often use metaphors of borrowing and paying back that are, "technically speaking, not completely right," says Brian R.
Chick, who is looking at the fund in her role as chairwoman of the council's Government Efficiency Committee, said paying back the money could help defer those increases.
Often, the acquiring company has a better credit rating and therefore a lower cost of funds and it can actually enhance profitability by paying back the acquired company debt.
The Japanese life insurers began paying back the money to Taiwanese policyholders in December 1996, but progress had been slow.