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  • Hypothecated — Hypothecate Hy*poth e*cate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Hypothecated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Hypothecating}.] [LL. hypothecatus, p. p. of hypothecare to pledge, fr. L. hypotheca pledge, security. See {Hypotheca}.] (Law) To subject, as property, to liability… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hypothecated — adj. mortgaged, pledged as security (Law) hy·poth·e·cate || haɪ pɑθɪkeɪt / pɒθ v. mortgage, pledge as security, pawn (Law) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hypothecated taxes — UK US noun [plural] ► TAX money collected from a particular tax, which can only be spent for one particular purpose: »Hypothecated taxes from gambling are often used to fund a good cause such as education or economic development …   Financial and business terms

  • hypothecated tax — hy‧poth‧e‧cat‧ed tax [haɪˈpɒθkeɪtd ˌtæks ǁ ˈpɑː ] ➔ tax1 …   Financial and business terms

  • hypothecated account — bank account held as a guarantee on the repayment of a loan …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ДЕПОЗИТЫ ЗАЛОГОВЫЕ — HYPOTHECATED DEPOSITSСредства, получаемые представляющим отчетность фин. учреждением, зарегистрированные в качестве депозитов в соответствии с законами штатов и представляющие собой периодические платежи заемщика по ссудам с погашением в… …   Энциклопедия банковского дела и финансов

  • LIEN — (Heb. שִׁעְבּוּד נְכָסִים, Shibud Nekhasim). The Concept Jewish law enables the creditor to exercise a lien over all the debtor s property, in addition to his remedies against the debtor personally. This lien automatically comes into existence on …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • tax — ▪ I. tax tax 1 [tæks] noun [countable, uncountable] TAX an amount of money that you must pay to the government according to your income, property, goods etc, that is used to pay for public services: • The President said he would cut taxes for… …   Financial and business terms

  • Tax — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy …   Wikipedia

  • Short (finance) — Schematic representation of short selling in two steps. The short seller borrows shares and immediately sells them. He then waits, hoping for the stock price to decrease, when the seller can profit by purchasing the shares to return to the lender …   Wikipedia

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