arrear

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Behind time; overdue

In case the annuity should be arrear for sixty days being lawfully demanded, then the trustee might enter upon the premises assigned .

Towards the rear, backwards

She, (Ladie) having well before approoved / The feends to be too cruell and severe, / Observ'd th' appointed way, as her behooved, / Ne ever did her ey-sight turne arere .

Work to be done, obligation

My own work, with its manifold arrears, took me all day to clear off. -- Stoker, Dracula.

Unpaid debt
something overdue and unpaid
{n} the part of a debt unpaid
That which is behind in payment, or which remains unpaid, though due; esp
To or in the rear; behind; backwards
a remainder, or balance which remains due when some part has been paid; arrearage; commonly used in the plural, as, arrears of rent, wages, or taxes
{i} condition of being behind or delayed, condition of having an uncompleted duty
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plural form of arrear
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To be "in arrears" is to be behind in the payments called for under a mortgage agreement
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Any payment made after its due date is in arrears Interest is considered to be paid in arrears because it is paid to the date of payment rather than in advance
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(1) Payment made after it is due is in arrears (2) Interest is said to be paid in arrears since it is paid to the date of payment rather than in advance, as is rent Example: A rental payment made July 1 pays the rent to August 1 An interest payment made July 1 Pays the interest to July 1
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For various reasons, you may not have made contributions to the plan when you were eligible to do so In this case, you may be entitled to make retroactive contributions for that "arrears period" and receive credit for both pensionable service and contributory service
arrears
an unpaid overdue debt
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(1) the state of a debt that remains unpaid following the date of maturity The term is commonly used in connection with mortgages, installment payments and other obligations that are due and payable on specified dates (2) the money that is past due but unpaid [OTS]
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These are the sum total of late or overdue payments for a mortgage, ground rent and maintenance charges, or any other regular payment Some insurance policies will automatically be voided if you fall into arrears
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At the end of a period, interest on a home mortgage is paid in arrears The term can also pertain to delinquent credit card, consumer loan or mortgage payments
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A debt that is not paid on the due date adds up and accumulates as "arrears" For example, if you do not pay your rent, the debt still exists and is referred to as "arrears" The same word is used to describe child or spousal maintenance or support which is not paid by the due date
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1 The state of being delinquent in paying a debt 2 At or after the end of the period for which expenses are due or levied; the opposite of in advance Mortgage interest and real estate taxes are often paid in arrears
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(1) Payment made after it is due is in arrears (2) Interest is said to be paid in arrears since it is paid to the date of payment rather in advance, as is rent Example: A rental payment made July 1 pays the rent to August 1 An interest payment made July 1 pays the interest to July 1
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Mortgage interest which is due and payable at the end of the period over which it is incurred May also refer to late payments
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Arrears are amounts of money that you owe, especially regular payments that you should have made earlier. They have promised to pay the arrears over the next five years
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The situation in which mortgage interest and real estate taxes are paid at or after the end of the period for which they are levied Late payment is also described as being in arrears
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To be behind in your payments of mortgage interest and principal Also, the method of payment of interest charges after the month which they were earned
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an unpaid overdue debt the state of being behind in payments; "an account in arrears
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If someone is in arrears with their payments, or has got into arrears, they have not paid the regular amounts of money that they should have paid. the 300,000 households who are more than six months in arrears with their mortgages
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Money which is not paid when due, under a payment plan or amortization schedule Could lead to enforcement of loan agreement by lender
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The state of being behind in fulfilling contracted obligations or payments Interest is said to be paid in arrears since it is paid to the date of payment rather than in advance
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An unpaid or overdue obligation. A debt
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The amount by which your account is overdue for payment Payment to clear these arrears should be made immediately or contact the Credit Management Department to discuss your account See having difficulties paying?
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The amount of monthly payments that is due under a mortgage plus interest on these payments A person said to be "in arrears" is behind with his or her payments
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{i} overdue payments, unpaid debts
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Payment made after its due is in arrears   Interest is said to be paid in arrears since it is paid to the date of payment rather than in advance  
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Interest or dividends which were not paid when due and are still owed
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Payment made after it is due is in arrears Interest is said to be paid in arrears since it is paid to the date of payment rather than in advance
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Payment made after its due is in arrears Interest is said to be paid in arrears since it is paid to the date of payment rather than in advance
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If sums of money such as wages or taxes are paid in arrears, they are paid at the end of the period of time to which they relate, for example after a job has been done and the wages have been earned. Unemployment benefit is paid fortnightly in arrears
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unpaid debts, as in: We cannot extend you any credit because your account is already in arrears
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the state of being behind in payments; "an account in arrears"
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Money which is not paid on time, as for example, if a borrower has not made the last two mortgage payments, he or she is said to be in arrears In many political jurisdictions, property taxes are paid at the end of the year rather than at the beginning and are thus referred to as due in arrears rather than in advance
arrears
plural of arrear
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    Etymologie

    [ &-'rir ] (noun.) 1620. From Old French arere, ariere, from Vulgar Latin ad retro (“to the rear”).

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