It remained in Mantegna's studio unsold at his death, and was disposed of to liquidate debts.
As he received from the government, soon after making this deposition, about $io,000 to liquidate claims for his expense in Tripoli, which he had long pressed in vain, his good faith has been doubted.
Since federation no chartered bank has been compelled to liquidate without paying its note-holders in full.
Other items were afterwards added to liquidate other obligations than those included in the above, chiefly on account of the internal debt.
Territorial mandates were now tried, which inspired no greater confidence, but served to liquidate two-thirds of the debt, the remaining third being consolidated by its dependence on the Grand Livre (September 30, 1797).
An advertisement that a business seeks to liquidate its assets because the owner anticipates shutting down or is up for auction due to insolvency indicates that you may be able to purchase the company.
List long-term liabilities, those you don't expect to liquidate within a year, such as your home mortgage, home equity loans, finance company loans and long-term leases.
If you find yourself in substantial debt and can't find a way to pay it, claiming Chapter 7 bankruptcy is one way that lets you liquidate your business and get out from under the burden.
liquidate penalty provision.
If Saddam's forces retreated to cities, they might well liquidate potentially disloyal elements.
I answered that both groups were suffering from serious defects and advised him to take measures to liquidate factionalism.
Retail stores will try to liquidate as much product as they can before they close their doors for good.
Overstock.com is a company that buys products from manufacturers, distributors and retailers that need to liquidate leftover or discontinued stock.
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