Owed definition

Owed means any amounts owed or otherwise accrued and payable (regardless of whether such amounts have been or could be invoiced) as of the Early Termination Date.
Owed means, as of any date of determination, any amounts owed or otherwise accrued and payable as of such date.

Examples of Owed in a sentence

Outstanding Amounts Owed to the State: Prior period overpayments (including, but not limited to, contract advances in excess of actual expenditures) and/or audit recoveries associated with the Contractor may be recouped against future payments made under this Master Contract to Contractor.

Recovery Of Debts Owed The District:The Contractor hereby agrees that the District may use all or any portion of any consideration or refund due the Contractor under the present contract to satisfy, in whole or part, any debt due the District.

All payments shall be made to the Owed Party or to the appropriate Taxing Authority as specified by the Owed Party within the time prescribed for payment in this Agreement, or if no period is prescribed, within ten (10) days after delivery of written notice of payment owing together with a computation of the amounts due.

Owed to nonrelated commercial banks in the U.S. (including their IBFs):a.

The PHA’s name, address, and telephone numbers are listed on the Debts Owed and Termination Report.You have a right to request and obtain a copy of this report from the PHA.

Any publications produced with funds from this award must display the following language: “This project [is being] [was] supported, in whole or in part, by federal award number [enter project FAIN] awarded to [name of Recipient] by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.” Debts Owed the Federal Government.

Fu Jing, China Daily, Zeng: Pay All Owed Wages to Migrant Workers, http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/ english/doc/2004-08/24/content_368117.htm (24 August 2004).National Bureau of Statistics found that close to six percent of them were owed wage arrears by their employers.187 Moreover, tensions and discontentment over the nonpayment of wages and other related employment disputes have the potential of leading to violent protests and retaliations.

All payments shall be made to the Owed Party or to the appropriate Taxing Authority as specified by the Owed Party within the time prescribed for payment in this Agreement, or if no period is prescribed, within twenty (20) days after delivery of written notice of payment owing together with a computation of the amounts due.

In addition, the Creditor may reclaim any property or goods in connection with the Amount Owed, hold and dispose of the same, and collect expenses, together with any deficiency due from the Debtor, subject to the Debtor's right to redeem said items pursuant to law.

Under such an event, the remaining balance of the Amount Owed shall be due within five (5) business days with the Debtor liable to pay all reasonable attorney's fees and costs of collection of the Creditor.


More Definitions of Owed

Owed has the meaning set forth in Section 10.1.
Owed means any amounts owed or otherwise accrued and payable (regardless of whether such amounts have been or could be invoiced), except for amounts disputed in good faith, as of the applicable date of determination and regardless of whether arising prior to or after the Agreement Date. Each Party represents and acknowledges that the prohibition set forth in this Section 10.1 is an integral part of this Agreement and the Administration Agreement and that without such prohibition the Parties would not be willing to enter into this Agreement or the Administration Agreement.

Related to Owed

Payments has the meaning set forth in Section 8.11.
Payable means that a particular benefit shall be paid to Executive in the amount, at the time, and in the form specified herein.
Payment Obligations means any and all obligations of the Authority to pay or reimburse the Bank contained in or evidenced by any Authority Document, including, without limitation, obligations to reimburse the Bank for all Drawings under the Letter of Credit, all obligations to repay the Bank for any Unreimbursed Amount and any Bank Loan, including all interest accrued thereon, all amounts owing under the Bank Note, the fees relating to the Letter of Credit and all other obligations of the Authority to the Bank arising under, or in relation to, or evidenced by, this GR Reimbursement Agreement or the Bank Note.
Pay means rate of compensation for the job.
paid means paid or credited as paid;
Other Obligations means (a) the performance of all obligations of Borrower contained herein; (b) the performance of each obligation of Borrower contained in any other Loan Document; and (c) the performance of each obligation of Borrower contained in any renewal, extension, amendment, modification, consolidation, change of, or substitution or replacement for, all or any part of this Agreement, the Note or any other Loan Document.
Overdraft Obligations means, with respect to any Portfolio, the amount of any outstanding Overdraft(s) provided by the Custodian to such Portfolio together with all accrued interest thereon.
U.S. Obligations means non-redeemable securities evidencing an obligation to timely pay principal and/or interest in a full and timely manner that are (a) direct obligations of the United States of America for the payment of which its full faith and credit is pledged, or (b) to the extent acceptable to the Rating Agencies, other “government securities” within the meaning of Section 2(a)(16) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended.
Contract Obligations shall refer to all the obligations of the Pledgor under the Exclusive Option Agreement, the Power of Attorney and this Agreement; all the obligations of Party C under the Exclusive Business Cooperation Agreement, the Exclusive Option Agreement and this Agreement.
Reimbursement Obligations means, at any time, the aggregate of all obligations of the Borrower then outstanding under Section 2.20 to reimburse the LC Issuer for amounts paid by the LC Issuer in respect of any one or more drawings under Facility LCs.
Reimbursement Obligation the obligation of the Borrower to reimburse the Issuing Lender pursuant to Section 3.5 for amounts drawn under Letters of Credit.
L/C Reimbursement Obligation means, for any Letter of Credit, the obligation of the Borrower to the L/C Issuer thereof, as and when matured, to pay all amounts drawn under such Letter of Credit.
Monetary Obligations means Rent and all other sums payable by Tenant under this Lease to Landlord, to any third party on behalf of Landlord or to any Indemnitee.
Obligations means any principal, interest, penalties, fees, indemnifications, reimbursements, damages and other liabilities payable under the documentation governing any Indebtedness.
Principal Obligations means all present and future obligations and liabilities (whether actual or contingent and whether owed jointly or severally or in any other capacity whatsoever) of each Loan Party and each grantor of a security interest to the Secured Parties (or any of them) under each or any of the Loan Documents, together with all costs, charges and expenses incurred by any Secured Party in connection with the protection, preservation or enforcement of its respective rights under the Loan Documents or any other document evidencing or securing any such liabilities other than the obligations pursuant to the Parallel Debt;
Relevant Obligations means the Obligations constituting Bonds and Loans of the Reference Entity outstanding immediately prior to the effective date of the Succession Event, excluding any debt obligations outstanding between the Reference Entity and any of its Affiliates, as determined by the Calculation Agent. The Calculation Agent will determine the entity which succeeds to such Relevant Obligations on the basis of the Best Available Information. If the date on which the Best Available Information becomes available or is filed precedes the legally effective date of the relevant Succession Event, any assumptions as to the allocation of obligations between or among entities contained in the Best Available Information will be deemed to have been fulfilled as of the legally effective date of the Succession Event, whether or not this is in fact the case.
DIP Obligations means all obligations due to the DIP Secured Parties (as defined in the Final DIP Order) under the DIP Facility (as defined in the Final DIP Order).
Primary Obligations means (i) in the case of the Credit Document Obligations, all principal of, and interest on, all Loans, all Unpaid Drawings and all Fees and (ii) in the case of the Other Obligations, all amounts due under such Interest Rate Protection Agreements or Other Hedging Agreements (other than indemnities, fees (including, without limitation, attorneys' fees) and similar obligations and liabilities) and (z) "Secondary Obligations" shall mean all Obligations other than Primary Obligations.
Unpaid Charges means any charges billed to the Non-Paying Party that the Non-Paying Party did not render full payment to the Billing Party by the Bill Due Date, including where funds were not accessible.
Defaulted Obligation means any Investment in Indebtedness (i) as to which, (x) a default as to the payment of principal and/or interest has occurred and is continuing for a period of thirty two (32) consecutive days with respect to such Indebtedness (without regard to any grace period applicable thereto, or waiver thereof) or (y) a default not set forth in clause (x) has occurred and the holders of such Indebtedness have accelerated all or a portion of the principal amount thereof as a result of such default; (ii) as to which a default as to the payment of principal and/or interest has occurred and is continuing on another material debt obligation of the Portfolio Company under such Indebtedness which is senior or pari passu in right of payment to such Indebtedness; (iii) as to which the Portfolio Company under such Indebtedness or others have instituted proceedings to have such Portfolio Company adjudicated bankrupt or insolvent or placed into receivership and such proceedings have not been stayed or dismissed or such Portfolio Company has filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code (unless, in the case of clause (ii) or (iii), such debt is a DIP Loan, in which case it shall not be deemed to be a Defaulted Obligation under such clause); (iv) as to which a default rate of interest has been and continues to be charged for more than 120 consecutive days, or foreclosure on collateral for such debt has been commenced and is being pursued by or on behalf of the holders thereof; or (v) as to which the Borrower has delivered written notice to the Portfolio Company declaring such Indebtedness in default or as to which the Borrower otherwise exercises significant remedies following a default.
Relevant Obligation means an obligation under this contract in respect of which a Force Majeure Event has occurred and the Affected Party has claimed relief under this Clause 17.
Hedging Liabilities means the Liabilities owed by any Debtor to the Hedge Counterparties under or in connection with the Hedging Agreements.
Fees and Charges means the fees and charges set out in Appendix 2, including such fees and charges as may be revised by the Service Provider from time to time by amendment to Appendix 2 in accordance with this Agreement;
Trade Accounts Payable of any Person means trade accounts payable of such Person with a maturity of not greater than 90 days incurred in the ordinary course of such Person's business.
Sukuk Obligation means any undertaking or other obligation to pay money given in connection with the issue of certificates whether or not in return for consideration of any kind.
Current Pay Obligation means a Collateral Debt Obligation that would otherwise be a Defaulted Obligation, but as to which: