Unable to pay definition

Unable to pay means that the minimum rent would require the family to pay more than 50 percent of its monthly income (50 percent of one twelfth of annual income) toward the gross rent.
Unable to pay means that a Probate Court has determined that an individual is unable to pay for the services of a conservator under the standards set forth in Regulation section 16.2 (b).
Unable to pay. Means with respect to a Debtor that such Debtor is unable to pay its debts as and when they fall due. Inability to Pay is generally presumed if the Debtor generally ceases to make payments. Zahlungsunfähig: Bedeutet im Hinblick auf einen Abnehmer, dass der Abnehmer nicht in der Lage ist, seine fälligen Zahlungspflichten zu erfüllen. Zahlungsunfähigkeit ist in der Regel anzunehmen, wenn der Abnehmer seine Zahlungen eingestellt hat.

Examples of Unable to pay in a sentence

  • Unable to pay the anticipated cost of counsel for the matter before the court because his or her available funds are insufficient to pay any amount for the retention of counsel.

  • Unable to pay reasonable costs for shelter, food, utilities, and transportation because his or her available funds are insufficient.

  • Rising Interest Rates may Render some Obligors Unable to pay Interest on their Collateral Debt Obligations Most of the Collateral Debt Obligations bear interest at floating interest rates.

  • Unable to pay that much amount every year, he had approached the GRO vide letter dated 26.09.18.

  • Unable to pay their rent and faced with eviction, tens of thousands of Venezuelans have resorted to trying to return to Venezuela—a country that remains unsafe, economically devastated, and completely unequipped to handle a public health crisis.102 The Colombian government, faced with large groups gathering at the closed border, opened a humanitarian corridor to prevent risky crossings through informal routes and manage individuals’ returns more safely.

  • Unable to pay is defined as “a status causing a participant who is facing documentable financial challenges, to not meet the minimal amount of payment on a necessary living expense.” Proof may be a notice from the leaser/utility provider that payment is late and has not been paid.

  • Receiving an annual income, after taxes, of one hundred 4 twenty-five percent or less of the federally established poverty 5 level; or 6 (d) Unable to pay the anticipated cost of counsel for the matter 7 before the court because his or her available funds are insufficient 8 to pay any amount for the retention of counsel.

  • Unable to pay the court costs, Mr. Jews was placed on probation for two years, during which he was required to pay a $10 set-up fee, $45 per month in probation administration costs, and his court costs.

  • Unable to pay both its vendors and its secured creditors, Smitty’s resorted to lowering inventory levels and cutting operating expenses to stay afloat.In addition to these external market conditions, Smitty’s business has been negatively impacted by internal factors.

  • Unable to pay off in cash the deed of trust owed to International Paper, White Hall then sold 1,269 acres of the hunting camp to Soterra Corporation.

Related to Unable to pay

  • Founded Reports means the Department's Children, Adults, and Families Division or Law Enforcement Authority (LEA) determination, based on the evidence, that there is reasonable cause to believe that conduct in violation of the child abuse statutes or rules has occurred and such conduct is attributable to the person alleged to have engaged in the conduct.

  • Transparency Reports means a report in accordance with Schedule 7 Part 1 (Transparency Reports) containing the contract information as set out in the table for that Part for publication by the Authority in the interests of transparency.

  • Tax Returns The federal income tax returns on (i) Internal Revenue Service Form 1066, U.S. Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduit (REMIC) Income Tax Return, including Schedule Q thereto, Quarterly Notice to Residual Interest Holders of REMIC Taxable Income or Net Loss Allocation, or any successor forms, to be filed on behalf of each Trust REMIC due to its respective classification as a REMIC under the REMIC Provisions and (ii) Internal Revenue Service Form 1041 or Internal Revenue Service Form 1099, as applicable, or any successor forms to be filed on behalf of the Grantor Trust, together with any and all other information, reports or returns that may be required to be furnished to the Certificateholders or filed with the Internal Revenue Service or any other governmental taxing authority under any applicable provisions of federal tax law or Applicable State and Local Tax Law.

  • Statutory Statements means, with respect to any Regulated Insurance Company for any fiscal year, the annual or quarterly financial statements of such Regulated Insurance Company as required to be filed with the Insurance Regulatory Authority of its jurisdiction of domicile and in accordance with the laws of such jurisdiction, together with all exhibits, schedules, certificates and actuarial opinions required to be filed or delivered therewith.

  • Failure to Pay means, after the expiration of any applicable Grace Period (after the satisfaction of any conditions precedent to the commencement of such Grace Period), the failure by a Reference Entity to make, when and where due, any payments in an aggregate amount of not less than the Payment Requirement under one or more Obligations in accordance with the terms of such Obligations at the time of such failure.

  • Practice of public accounting means the performance or the offering to perform, by a person holding oneself out to the public as a certified public accountant or a licensed public accountant, one or more kinds of professional services involving the use of accounting, attest, or auditing skills, including the issuance of reports on financial statements, or of one or more kinds of management advisory, financial advisory, or consulting services, or the preparation of tax returns or the furnishing of advice on tax matters. However, with respect to licensed public accountants, the “practice of public accounting” shall not include attest or auditing services or the rendering of an opinion attesting to the reliability of any representation embracing financial information.

  • Material Financial Obligations means a principal or face amount of Debt and/or payment or collateralization obligations in respect of Derivatives Obligations of Carlisle and/or one or more of its Subsidiaries, arising in one or more related or unrelated transactions, exceeding in any individual case or in the aggregate $75,000,000.

  • Income Tax Returns mean all Tax Returns that relate to Income Taxes.

  • Company Reports has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1(kk).

  • Returns means the amounts yielded by an investment and in particular, though not exclusively, includes profit, interest, capital gains, dividends, royalties and fees;

  • SOS Reports means the official reports from the Secretaries of State of each Collateral State, Chief Executive Office State and the Borrower State and other applicable federal, state or local government offices identifying all current security interests filed in the Collateral and Liens of record as of the date of such report.

  • Reasonable suspicion means a basis for forming a belief based on specific facts and rational inferences drawn from those facts.

  • Privacy Statements means, collectively, any and all of the Company’s privacy statements and policies published on Company websites or products or otherwise made available by the Company regarding the collection, retention, use and distribution of the personal information of individuals, including, without limitation, from visitors or users of any Company websites or products (“Individuals”);

  • Accounting Records means the general ledger and subsidiary ledgers and supporting schedules which support the general ledger balances.

  • Accounting Information means the annual audited consolidated accounts to be provided by the Borrower to the Facility Agent in accordance with Clause 11.6(a)(i) of this Agreement or the quarterly unaudited management accounts of the Borrower to be provided by the Borrower to the Facility Agent in accordance with Clause 11.6(b)(i) of this Agreement (as the context may require);

  • Material Obligations means as of any date, Indebtedness (other than Indebtedness under the Loan Documents) or operating leases of any one or more of the Borrower or any Subsidiary or, in the case of the Borrower only, any Guarantee, in an aggregate principal amount exceeding $35,000,000. For purposes of determining Material Obligations, the “principal amount” of Indebtedness, operating leases or Guarantees at any time shall be the maximum aggregate amount (giving effect to any netting agreements) that the Borrower or such Subsidiary, as applicable, would be required to pay if such Indebtedness, operating leases or Guarantees became due and payable on such day.

  • Tax Representations Each representation specified in the Schedule as being made by it for the purpose of this Section 3(f) is accurate and true.

  • Parent Reports has the meaning set forth in Section 4.5(a).

  • Financial Statements Date shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Section 3.7.

  • Statement of policy means the summary explanation of information and facility policies

  • Aging and People with Disabilities (APD means the program area of Aging and People with Disabilities, within the Department of Human Services.

  • Assessments means Claims of Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada or of any province or territory or municipality or any other Taxing Authority in any Canadian or foreign jurisdiction, including amounts which may arise or have arisen under any notice of assessment, notice of objection, notice of reassessment, notice of appeal, audit, investigation, demand or similar request from any Taxing Authority;

  • Interim Statements means the quarterly financial statement of any insurance company as required to be filed with the Department, together with all exhibits or schedules filed therewith, prepared in conformity with SAP. References to amounts on particular exhibits, schedules, lines, pages and columns of such interim statements are based on the formats promulgated by the NAIC for 2012 interim statements for the applicable type of insurance company. If such format is changed in future years so that different information is contained in such terms or they no longer exist, it is understood that the reference is to information consistent with that recorded in the referenced item in the 2012 interim statement of the insurance company.

  • criminal tax matters means tax matters involving intentional conduct which is liable to prosecution under the criminal laws of the applicant Party;

  • Community Association Dues, Fees, and Assessments means all dues, fees, assessments and other charges that are imposed on Borrower or the Property by a condominium association, homeowners association or similar organization.

  • Audited Statements means the Consolidated balance sheets of the Borrower as at December 31, 2002, and the related Consolidated statements of income and cash flows of the Borrower for the fiscal year then ended, accompanied by the opinion thereon of the Borrower's independent public accountants.