Disallowed definition

Disallowed means, with respect to any Claim, a Claim or any portion thereof that: (a) has been disallowed by a Final Order; (b) is listed in the Schedules as zero or as contingent, disputed, or unliquidated and as to which no Proof of Claim or request for payment of an Administrative Claim has been timely Filed or deemed timely Filed with the Bankruptcy Court pursuant to either the Bankruptcy Code or any Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court or otherwise deemed timely Filed under applicable law or the Plan; (c) is not listed in the Schedules and as to which no Proof of Claim or request for payment of an Administrative Claim has been timely Filed or deemed timely Filed with the Bankruptcy Court pursuant to either the Bankruptcy Code or any Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court or otherwise deemed timely Filed under applicable law or the Plan; (d) has been withdrawn by agreement of the applicable Debtor and the Holder thereof; or (e) has been withdrawn by the Holder thereof.
Disallowed means with respect to any Claim or portion thereof, any Claim against or Equity Interest in the Debtor which: (i) has been disallowed, in whole or part, by a Final Order; (ii) has been withdrawn by agreement of the Holder thereof and the Debtor or Liquidating Trustee, as applicable, in whole or in part; (iii) has been withdrawn, in whole or in part, by the Holder thereof; (iv) if listed in the Schedules as zero or as Disputed, Contingent or unliquidated and in respect of which a proof of Claim or proof of Equity Interest has not been timely Filed or deemed timely Filed pursuant to the Plan, the Bankruptcy Code or any Final Order or other applicable law; (v) has been reclassified, expunged, subordinated or estimated to the extent that such reclassification, expungement, subordination or estimation results in a reduction in the Filed amount of any proof of Claim or proof of Equity Interest; (vi) is evidenced by a proof of Claim or a proof of Equity Interest which has been Filed, or which has been deemed to be Filed under applicable law or order of the Bankruptcy Court or which is required to be Filed by order of the Bankruptcy Court but as to which such proof of Claim or proof of Equity Interest was not timely or properly Filed; (vii) is unenforceable to the extent provided in section 502(b) of the Bankruptcy Code; (viii) where the holder of a Claim is a Person or Entity from which property is recoverable under sections 542, 543, 550, or 553 of the Bankruptcy Code or that is a transferee of a transfer avoidable under sections 522(f), 522(h), 544, 545, 547, 548, 549, or 724(a) of the Bankruptcy Code, unless such Person, Entity or transferee has paid the amount, or turned over any such Property, for which such Person, Entity or transferee is liable under section 522(i), 542, 543, 550, or 553 of the Bankruptcy Code; or (ix) is for reimbursement or contribution that is Contingent as of the time of allowance or disallowance of such Claim. In each case a Disallowed Claim or a Disallowed Equity Interest is disallowed only to the extent of disallowance, withdrawal, reclassification, expungement, subordination or estimation.
Disallowed means, with respect to any Claim, or any portion thereof, that such Claim, or any portion thereof, is not Allowed.

Examples of Disallowed in a sentence

Disallowed charges 4.4 MAXIMUM COST SHAREThe maximum cost share includes additional cost tier copayments, pharmacy copayments and coinsurance as well as the eligible medical and pharmacy expenses that accrue toward the in- network out-of-pocket maximum.

Marginal Effective Tax Rates for Debt- and Equity-Financed Investment, 32% Debt Share, 20% of Interest Disallowed Under New Law AssetSource: Congressional Research Service.

Sr. Citizens Deductions Disallowed By Tax Collectorxxxxxxxxx1,250.008.

God’s Response 4 – A Condition5 – Prayer Disallowed 6 – Honest ExpressionsHEARINGJeremiah’s taking issue with God is an example of what occasionally results from following God’s call.

Cost of goods sold would not be included, and cost of services would not be included if determined under the services cost method under the transfer pricing rules in Section 482.9 Disallowed interest under the thin capitalization rules, which are tightened (as discussed below), would be first allocated to unrelated parties.


More Definitions of Disallowed

Disallowed means a finding of the Bankruptcy Court in a Final Order, or provision in the Plan providing, that a Disputed Claim shall not be an Allowed Claim.
Disallowed means, with respect to any Claim or Interest or portion thereof, any Claim against or Interest in the Debtor which: (i) has been disallowed, in whole or part, by a Final Order; (ii) has been withdrawn, in whole or in part, by the Holder thereof; (iii) is listed in the Schedules as zero or as Disputed, Contingent or unliquidated and in respect of which a proof of Claim or a proof of Interest, as applicable, has not been timely Filed or deemed timely Filed pursuant to the Plan, the Bankruptcy Code or any Final Order or other applicable law;
Disallowed means, with respect to any Claim or Interest, that such Claim or Interest has been determined by a Final Order or specified in a provision of the Plan not to be Allowed.
Disallowed means, with respect to any Claim or Equity Interest or portion thereof, any Claim against or Equity Interest in the Debtor which (a) has been withdrawn, in whole or in part, by the holder thereof or (b) has been disallowed, in whole or part, by Final Order of a court of competent jurisdiction.
Disallowed means, with reference to any Claim, (a) a Claim, or any portion thereof, that has been disallowed by a Final Order, (b) a Claim, or any portion thereof, that is expressly disallowed under the Plan, or (c) unless scheduled by a Debtor-in-Possession as a fixed, liquidated, non-contingent and undisputed Claim, a Claim as to which a proof of Claim bar date has been established by the Bankruptcy Code, Bankruptcy Rules or Final Order but no proof of Claim has been timely filed or deemed timely filed with the Bankruptcy Court pursuant to either the Bankruptcy Code or any Final Order.
Disallowed means, when used in reference to a Claim, all or that portion, as applicable, of any Claim that has been disallowed under the Combined Disclosure Statement and Plan, the Bankruptcy Code, applicable law or by a Final Order.
Disallowed means, with reference to any Claim or a portion of a Claim, any Claim against any Debtor that (a) has been disallowed by a Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court, (b) has been listed by such Debtor in the Schedules, as such Schedules may be amended by the Debtors from time to time in accordance with Bankruptcy Rule 1009, as $0, contingent, disputed, or unliquidated and as to which no proof of Claim has been filed by the applicable deadline or deemed timely filed pursuant to any Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court, (c) has been agreed to by the holder of such Claim and the applicable Debtor to be equal to $0 or to be expunged, or (d) has not been listed by such Debtor on the Schedules and as to which no proof of Claim has been filed by the applicable deadline or deemed timely filed pursuant to any Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court.