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CASH, commerce. Money on hand, which a merchant, trader or other person has to do business with.
     2. Cash price, in contracts, is the price of articles paid for in cash, in contradistinction to the credit price. Pard. n. 85; Chipm. Contr. 110. In common parlance, bank notes are considered as cash; but bills receivable are not.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He was jailed for 11 years in 1995 for his part in the Snowhill robbery - the hijack of a van with pounds 400,000 of diamonds and pounds 7million of cashable bonds.
However, the Company maintains healthy financial flexibility given the ability to procure alternative funds backed by the credibility in the financial market as a company enlisted in the securities market, un-drawn credit line (KRW 22.1 billion as of end-September 2010), cashable assets on hand (KRW 10.6 billion), and tangible assets including land located in Dongducheon and Yongin (KRW 100.5 billion of book value, KRW 99.1 billion of security) that enables refinancing.
Jevons, following others, recognises that the point of satiety becomes more difficult to determine when the need becomes more and more refined, but the heart of marginalist economics rests on the principle that the limits of the economy are based on acquisitions of cashable objects or services.
In a report to this week's North Wales Police Authority, Chief Constable Mark Polin says: "The overall aim remains to enhance the service for the benefit of all people working, living and travelling through North Wales while also producing cashable savings."
He would prefer a progressive, cashable tax credit, "with a higher rate for the poor than the rich." More generally, Stiglitz would like to see a large redistribution of income through progressive taxation.
We need to help them stay in their homes, including by converting the home mortgage deduction into a cashable tax credit and creating a homeowners' Chapter 11, an expedited way to restructure their liabilities." If these mortgages are fixed so the debts are paid, will that not make the banks solvent?
Dead chips are not cashable or refundable by customers, and can be used only to make wagers in the VIP room where they were purchased or borrowed.
But Labour leader Sir Albert Bore complained that nowhere did it detail how the money - together with pounds 140 million of "non cashable savings" - would be found.
"Increasingly, what we are talking about is cashable savings, efficiency savings, balance scorecards and all that side of things.
In December, Consumers Trust asked a federal bankruptcy court in New York to nullify all outstanding cashable vouchers because it claims to lack the funds to fulfill them.
Some public sector employees who had managed to retain their jobs had gone months without receiving cashable paychecks.