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fixed charge

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6 million fixed charge notices and 74,373 cancellations of these penalties and fines over four year.
The main driver of the FCRS is to ensure that only those with the appropriate and relevant experience are able to register as fixed charge receivers.
Unless strict controls are placed on how the proceeds of the book debts are used, a charge will be deemed to be a 'floating' rather than a fixed charge, and will therefore lose its status as a priority debt in insolvency.
Lenders can still have a fixed charge on book debts if, for each borrower, the lender has separate accounts for payments in and payments out.
During the initial period of 28 days from the date of the notice, payment is accepted at the fixed charge.
NTT West) filed Thursday for government approval for fixed charges for Internet users via their integrated service digital network (ISDN).
For the trailing 12 months (TTM) ended March 31, 2012, AEC's fixed charge coverage ratio was 2.
This is not working, and thousands of fixed charge cases are coming before the courts.
Fitch has analyzed FR's earnings relative to fixed charges on a risk-adjusted basis, as well.
Brandywine has maintained solid interest and fixed charge coverage metrics over the past several years, even as the company has become larger and more diverse.
Simon has maintained solid interest and fixed charge coverage metrics over the past several years, even as the company has increased materially in size and the portfolio has become more diverse, most notably as a result of the company's acquisition of Chelsea Property Group in 2004.
Likewise, the company's fixed charge coverage for the nine months ended Sept.