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owe

v. to have a legal duty to pay funds to another. However, to owe does not make the amount "payable" if the date for payment has not yet arrived. (See: debt, due, payable)

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ISLAMABAD -- State institutions are exacerbating the existing power crisis in the country after it was revealed that they are power-defaulters who owe billions in lieu of electricity bills.
In IPPs Liberty Power owes the highest amount of Rs 3.986 billion to SNGPL,which includes Rs 2.254 billion principal and Rs 1.732 billion is interest.
The power supply of Khan Badshah was disconnected for nonpayment of Rs 376,445, Khan Mohammad against Rs 264,515,Shahbaz against Rs 189,298, Awal Sher against Rs 522,553, Yaqoob against Rs 113,335, Azam Khan owes Rs 370,152,Juma Khan against Rs 590,649, Banaras owes Rs 375,842,Gul Faraz Khan against Rs 420,927,Kabir Khan against Rs 392,498, Mir Azam against Rs 353,139, Faqir Khan against Rs 506,244,Fazal Khan owes Rs 285,752 and Sadar Khan against Rs 327,776 respectively.
The United Kingdom government owes $2.627 trillion with a debt-to-GDP of 95.3 per cent, according to 2014 data.
Broad Oak BC D 2 Lower Hopton WMC 2: Mark Bentley (4) 38 Neil Ewart (owes 14) 54, Mathew Blakely (14) 48 Ian Newby (owes 6) 65, Steve Tidswell (16) 74 Conrad Norcliffe (owes 39) 45, Mark Heap (owes 13) 54 Phil Kennedy (owes 4) 26.
It owes Sat Bains PS2,880 for an event where he was to cook with MasterChef finalist Adam Handling.
Central House fish and chip |shop in Ystradgynlais, Swansea, owes PS5,000.
And 12 other members of the Oireachtas each owe between EUR1,000 and EUR3,000 after downing drink and food on their own personal tabs in the facility.
The vast majority of this money is owed through mortgages, with one in three people having a home loan on which they owe an average pounds 39,129, according to debt adviser One Advice.
Doubt as to liability: the taxpayer does not believe they owe this amount.
Filing individually means that Josie pays the IRS $4,545; Arlene, of course, owes nothing.
M explains away the assessments by noting that, rather than go to trial, he settled by agreeing to pay a $9,000 "reckless disregard penalty" and a $6,500 "negligence penalty." He argues that the IRS dropped its case when it settled with him, and therefore cannot hold the assessments or the settlement amounts that he still owes against him.