non-materialization

non-materialization

in the law of restitution, a category of unjust factors that compels the defender to disgorge an enrichment. The cases are those when the transfer is with qualified intent and the qualification does not materialize.
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The evolution of the expenditure is influenced by the complete non-materialization of the impact of the unfreezing of careers and the end of the payment of the Christmas allowance in twelfths.
Ishaq Dar further said that government had missed the target of increasing country's foreign exchange reserves to $15 billion by September 2014 mainly due to the non-materialization of $2.
The Minister said that Imran Khan is disappointed due to non-materialization of his dreams but he should not divide the nation on national affairs.
Non-tax revenues also remained lackluster, since the government's failure to revamp the ailing Public Sector Entities resulted in zero privatization, whereas a fragile security environment, amongst other things, resulted in non-materialization of the planned sovereign bond issues in the fiscal year ending June 2010.
He said that Imran Khan has a misunderstanding of becoming prime minister and he has lost his senses on non-materialization of his dream, he said while commenting upon the statements of Imran Khan and Tahir ul Qadri here Tuesday.
59,359 crore mainly due to non-materialization of PPP targets.
The proposed agreement was cleared by the board on the condition that the power owner would not claim capacity payments in case of non-materialization of LNG supply contracts or in case of late shipment of supplies.
Though, the government has remained pro-development spending, (looking at their historic trend in Punjab province), analysts project non-materialization of revenue targets would compel government to reduce spending.
Risks to the external position stem from 1) uptick in international oil prices, 2) non-materialization of foreign inflows and 3) upcoming loan repayments amidst pressure on currency.
456 billion a year earlier primarily on account of non-materialization of foreign inflows.
Despite the downtrend in inflation, analysts believe this will be the last round of monetary easing considering risks to the economy including: 1) potential increase in government borrowing, which has historically led to higher Core Inflation, 2) speculative pressures on the currency leading to imported inflation and 3) weakness on external front with non-materialization of earmarked foreign flows (delay in CSF flows and 3G auction), risking forex reserves depletion (down 11%FY13TD) and reentry into the IMF fold.
7 billion in 2HFY13, 2) delays in release of further CSF flows, 3) global oil prices and 4) non-materialization of targeted receipts (3G license fees, Etisalat payment).