non-current liabilities means liabilities which would in the normal course of business be due and payable after 12 months of balance date.
More Definitions of non-current liabilities
non-current liabilities means, as of any specified date, all such liabilities relating or assigned to IGF Business,
non-current liabilities means all non-current liabilities of ETG, but excluding (a) deferred Tax liabilities, if any, and (b) Indebtedness.
non-current liabilities means the Non-Current Liabilities contained in the Consolidated Statements of Financial Position. “Total Assets” corresponds, for any period, to the Total Assets according to the Borrower’s Consolidated Statements of Financial Position, which, in turn, correspond to the Assets attributable to the owners of the parent company, plus non-controlling Interests. “Chilean Pesos” means the legal tender of Chile. “Commitment Period” has the meaning as defined in clause /Two.Three/ of this Agreement. “Interest Period” has the meaning attributed to such term in Clause /Four.Two./of this Agreement. “Related Parties” means those defined as such in article one hundred of law number eighteen thousand forty-five. “Loan” has the meaning attributed to such term in Clause
non-current liabilities means liabilities other than current liabilities. Notes1 Show the date of the last day of the 6 month period.2 Provide details of major components if the total amount is material.3 Related party includes:
non-current liabilities means all non-current liabilities of each Subject Entity, but excluding (a) deferred Tax liabilities, (b) the Poseidon Debt (Actual) and (c) asset retirement obligations.
non-current liabilities set forth in the "CKE Assumed Net Operating Liabilities" column on the Statement of Net Operating Liabilities (which amounts shall be based upon and determined on a basis consistent with the same items set forth on the Statement of Net Operating Liabilities).