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has the unilateral enforceable right to terminate a wholly unperformed contract without compensating the other party (parties).
Dr Hazem Al Madi, chief executive officer of Green Crescent Insurance Company and head of the life and medical committee at the Emirates Insurance Association, told Gulf News that the company saw only about five per cent of insurance misuse pertaining to unperformed services, including surgeries and sick leave.
As for the positive evolution of the population deposits, the growth was modest and sometimes fluctuant and very small compared with the growth of the unperformed loans.
An executory contract is defined as a contract where both parties still have obligations that are unperformed as of the bankruptcy petition date.
Despite being one of the first American composers to achieve international renown, Charles Ives' music was largely ignored and unperformed during his life.
The fraudulent cases that were referred to the Criminal Court includes violations relating to claims for unperformed and medical services, duplication of invoices, documents and prescription forgery, and identity fraud.
The fraudulent cases that were referred to the Criminal Court includes violations pertaining to claims for unperformed medical services, duplication of invoices, documents, prescription forgery and identity fraud," said a statement issued by Daman on Sunday.
The fraudulent cases that were referred to the Criminal Court includes violations pertaining to claims for unperformed and medical services, duplication of invoices, documents and prescription forgery as well as identity fraud.
Phillips argues that composing classical music was Burgess's true labor of love, since he was only rarely compensated for his music, most of which went unperformed during his lifetime.
1) Although not every license agreement is an executory contract (that is, an agreement where material unperformed obligations of the parties exist as of the bankruptcy filing), (2) most bankruptcy courts treat intellectual property licenses and technology agreements as executory contracts, as we will do for purposes of this article.
ALL tickets for Jamie Cullum's exclusive set of previously unperformed material at Chelterham Jazz Festival have sold out.
For example, it may provide that you and the tenant cannot modify the lease without the lender's approval, or that in the event of foreclosure, the lender will not be liable for any prepaid rent, security deposits, or unperformed landlord obligations.