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contributory

adjective accessory, additional, assisting, auxiliary, beneficial, conducive, contributing, determining, helpful, helping, influential, instrumental, lending assistance, salutary, secondary, tributary, useful
Associated concepts: contributory cause, contributory negliience
See also: ancillary, beneficial, donative, gratuitous, instrumental, subservient

contributory

in company law, a member or former member of a company liable to contribute to the assets on the winding-up of the company.
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There are good intuitive reasons to think that contributory benefits can do this, insofar as they raise the value of paid work.
The statement also indicated that 27 state governments have enacted laws to implement the Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS) as at the third quarter of 2017, while eight states were currently in the process of implementing the CPS law.
Ultimately the jury found that the flea market was not liable for contributory trademark infringement and the flea market continues to operate.
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Its subject is contributory negligence: dealing in legal terms with the contribution made by the injured party to the circumstances which caused their injury.
The contributory pillar includes social insurance, while the non-contributory pillar includes social assistance and social relief distress
Gwent Hospital Contributory Fund, whose origins commenced 175 years ago, is to now be known as Plutus Health.
Azad said media was one of the contributory factors.
1) The State was one of only five in the Union to adopt some form of comparative negligence by 1950 and mitigate the harsh application of the common law contributory negligence rule.
California Supreme Court abandoned contributory negligence in favor of
And according to new figures released by the Department of Communities and Local Government, the rate of serious injuries is four times higher when drug or alcohol impairment is a contributory factor.
First, it sets out the various arguments being advanced in favour of re-asserting the contributory principle in the welfare system.