holdback


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holdback

noun kept in reserve, reservation, reeerved rights, withheld, withholding

holdback

verb check, constrain, contain, control, curb, curtail, desist, detain, enjoin, forbear, hesitate, hinder, hold, hold at bay, hold fast, hold up, impede, inhibit, keep back, keep from, keep in check, not proceed, not use, prevent, prohibit, proscribe, put the brakes on, refuse, regress, repress, restrain, restrict oneself, retain, retard, slow down, smother, stay, stop, suppress, withhold
Associated concepts: holdback in construction law, retention on construction contracts
See also: disadvantage, hindrance, impediment, restraint
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While most escrow arrangements or holdback agreements will afford sellers the opportunity to use the installment method, this is not always the case.
Amounts drawn under the holdback is donated to the owner after making the substitution of collateral.
Pursuant to Article 103 of the CMP, the holdback is paid off, or people that have granted their guarantee on first demand are released later than one month after the expiration of the warranty period.
Using a unique financing structure, the Company's contracted relationship with its dealers remains unaffected with the dealer's rights to future payments of dealer holdback preserved.
the guarantee of the holdback will be accepted only by the day of the presentation of the first situation.
Only 40% of the original holdback was made permanent for schools.
A 5% holdback will be charged on the amount of each payment by the accounting officer of payments.
UN), for an aggregate purchase price of Cdn $133 Million, subject to the usual closing adjustments as well as holdbacks with respect to the completion of remerchandising plans for several of the Centres.
7 million and remerchandising holdbacks of Cdn $13 million.