redemption

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Ticaret) şüfa hakkı
halas
(Ticaret) borcun ödenmesi
(Ticaret) itfa payı
(Ticaret) tediye
(Ticaret) itfa edilmesi
geri alma
ödeme
kurtarma
rehinden kurtarma
kefaret
paraya çevrilme
beyond redemption, past redemption: kurtarılamaz
redemptive: kurtarıcı, kurtaran
İç borç geri ödemesi
İtfa
{i} telâfi etme
{i} amortisman
kurtulma/kurtarma
{i} tutma (söz)
redemptive kurtarıcı
{i} borçtan kurtarma
kurtaran
{i} yerine getirme (vaat)
past redemption kurtarılamaz
kurtarılma
yerine getirme
paraya çevirme
redemption plan
(Ticaret) ödeme planı
redemption yield
(Ticaret) itfa getirişi
redemption fund
amortisman fonu
redemption yield
itfa getirisi, itfa verimi
redemption fund
(Ticaret) ödeme fonu
redemption of bond
(Ticaret) tahvil itfası
redemption of mortgage
(Ticaret) ipoteğin amortismanı
redemption premium
(Ticaret) itfa pirimi
redemption premium
(Ticaret) itfa primi
redemption premium
(Ticaret) geri satın alma primi
redemption price
(Ticaret) geri satınalma fiyatı
redemption price
(Kanun) iştira bedeli
redemption price
(Ticaret) ödeme fiyatı
redemption rate
(Ticaret) paraya çevrilme oranı
redemption reserve
(Ticaret) amortisman ihtiyatı
redemption reserve
(Ticaret) itfa için ayrılan yedek
redemption reserve
(Ticaret) itfa yedeği
redemption schedule
(Ticaret) itfa tablosu
beyond redemption
umutsuz vaka
rescue upon payment of a ransom
bir fidye ödenmesi ile kurtarma
right of redemption
iştira hakkı
beyond redemption
ıslah olmaz
beyond redemption
kurtarılamaz
beyond/past redemption
kurtarılamaz
mandatory redemption
(Ticaret) zorunlu ödenim
past redemption
kurtarılamaz
past redemption
ıslah olmaz
term of redemption
(Ticaret) borcun itfa planı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
salvation from sin
rescue upon payment of a ransom
the recovery, for a fee, of a pawned article
the act of redeeming or something redeemed
the recovery of what is mortgaged or pledged, by paying the debt
the act of purchasing back something previously sold (Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil repayment of the principal amount of a debt or security at or before maturity (as when a corporation repurchases its own stock)
{i} act of paying off; act of regaining through payment; act of converting an item into its cash value; act of delivering from sin or evil; act of fulfilling, act of carrying out; act of making amends
{n} a ransom, release, purchase of God's favor by means of the death of Christ
The payment of principal and accrued interest on a security at maturity, or, at the option of the owner, prior to maturity The owner of an I Bond held in TreasuryDirect may redeem all principal and interest for full redemption A partial redemption allows the owner to redeem a portion of the principal and a proportionate amount of interest
The procuring of God's favor by the sufferings and death of Christ; the ransom or deliverance of sinners from the bondage of sin and the penalties of God's violated law
The act of redeeming, or the state of being redeemed; repurchase; ransom; release; rescue; deliverance; as, the redemption of prisoners taken in war; the redemption of a ship and cargo
The liberation of an estate from a mortgage, or the taking back of property mortgaged, upon performance of the terms or conditions on which it was conveyed; also, the right of redeeming and reëntering upon an estate mortgaged
repayment of the principal amount of a debt or security at or before maturity (as when a corporation repurchases its own stock)
This is the right of the mortgagor to recover mortgaged property on repayment of the loan and any interest due This legally means that once you as the borrower have finished repaying the mortgage you took out, the property is yours and the lender has no further claim on it If you pay of the mortgage ahead of schedule you may face a redemption penalty which compensates the lender for loss of interest
The purchase of securities by the issuing company from the holder, at a time and price stipulated in the original terms of the securities The redemption price is the price at which debt securities or preferred shares may be redeemed at the option of the issuing company
Any of the following: repayment of a bond at or before its maturity date; repayment of a preferred stock; sale of mutual shares to the fund
Performance of the obligation stated in a note, bill, bond, or other evidence of debt, by making payment to the holder
How a shareholder sells his or her mutual fund shares back to the fund
the act of purchasing back something previously sold
If you say that someone or something is beyond redemption, you mean that they are so bad it is unlikely that anything can be done to improve them. No man is beyond redemption
The process of converting a shareholder's shares into cash A registered open-end mutual fund must redeem shares at the price next determined after receipt of the shareholder's request
Repayment of a debt security or preferred stock issue, at or before maturity, at par or at a premium price
The buying back of one's property after it has been lost through foreclosure Payment of delinquent taxes after sale to the State
The sale of mutual fund shares, either for cash or as part of an exchange for shares of another fund Redemptions may generate capital gains or losses
For all our mortgages, if you pay off the whole or any part of the loan before the end of the mortgage term, you will have to pay a redemption charge This will be the amount specific to the mortgage product specified on the relevant web page and in our brochures There will also be an Administration fee at redemption If you decide to redeem your Standard Variable Rate mortgage, you would only pay an administration fee Fees applied in addition to any interest charges at the time the mortgage is redeemed are charged to cover our reasonable administration costs These include retrieving and checking the Deeds and Documents, formal sealing, recording of documents sealed and secure postage (Please note that with some products, for example the Base Rate Tracker products, certain specific criteria apply allowing part repayment without a charge )
The return of an investor's principal For example, mutual fund shares may be redeemed on any business day by selling them back to the fund for the current share price, called net asset value, minus any deferred sales charge or redemption fee
Sale of mutual fund shares, repayment of a bond before the maturity date, or repayment of preferred stock
Redemption is the act of redeeming something or of being redeemed by something. redemption of the loan. regional differences in the frequency of cash redemptions and quota payment
This is paying off the mortgage, either to move to another property or at the end of the mortgage term
The buying back of a mortgage estate by payment of the sum due on the mortgage
Selling back by a shareholder of mutual fund shares directly through the transfer agent
Mainly applies to convertible securities Repayment of a debt security or preferred stock issue, at or before maturity, at par or at a premium price
(Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil
Repayment of a debt or preferred stock before the payment is due, at a premium price Mutual fund shares are redeemed at net asset value when a shareholder's holdings are liquidated Click this button to liquidate a stock portfolio in its entirety and move the balance to the cash account TaraFolioTM will suggest that all securities holdings be converted into cash, if target returns have been reached or the holding period return on the portfolio has plunged below "Stop Loss "
The paying off or buying back of a bond by the issuer; also, repurchase of investment trust units by the trustee, at the bid price
The right of an owner to redeem or reclaim the real estate by paying the debt or charge (such as a Deed of Trust or tax lien) after default, together with interest and costs More correctly, equity of redemption refers to the right to redeem the property after default but before foreclosure; the statutory right of redemption refers to the right to redeem the property after foreclosure, or other enforcement action, during a certain period of time specified by statute For example, in Colorado, the mortgagor has the statutory right to redeem his property any time within six months for agricultural property or 75 days for platted residential properties after a Deed of Trust foreclosure or three years after a sale for delinquent property taxes
The time at which a mortgage is paid off, either at the end of the term or when the property is sold
The paying off of a mortgage loan
in open-end mutual funds, describes the act of selling shares back to the mutual fund company for the shares' net asset value in cash or securities
Repayment or the liquidation of an indebtedness
The process of selling stock shares or bonds to the issuer in return for their current value or, with mutual funds, for their Net Asset Value
See Equity of redemption, under Equity
The right of a defaulted property owner to recover his or her property by curing the default (See equitable redemption, statutory redemption)
redempture
redemption game
An arcade game involving skill that rewards the player (in gifts, tokens, etc.) proportionately to his or her score
redemption date
date on which something can be redeemed
redemption date
After the foreclosure sale, an owner has 75 days to redeem his property If the property is agricultural, this redemption period is extended to six months An owner must present the redemption amount in cash or certified funds to the Public Trustee by the close of business on the final day of redemption The Public Trustee cannot accept late redemption proceeds
redemption date
The date on which a security (usually a fixed interest stock), is due to be repaid by the issuer at its full face value The year is included in the title of the security; the actual redemption date is that on which the last interest is due to be paid
redemption date
The date on which a security (usually a fixed-interest stock) is due to be repaid by the issuer at its full face value The year is included in the title of the security; the actual redemption date being that on which the last interest is due to be paid
redemption date
The date on which a bond matures or is redeemed
redemption of mortgage
paying off a mortgage
redemption of prisoners
ransom of prisoners
redemption of stocks
instance in which a company that has offered shares of its stock repurchases those shares
redemption period
A period established by state laws during which the property owner has the right to redeem his or her real estate from a foreclosure or tax sale by paying the sale price, interest and costs (Many states do not have mortgage-redemption laws )
redemption period
This is the period of time that the homeowner has, according to the state law, to reaquire title to property lost through judicial foreclosure In Illinois, the redemption period ends 90 days after the Judgement of Foreclosure is entered into the Court record If the Court declares the property to be abandoned, the redemption period can be as short as 30 days In other states, the redemption period can extend beyond the foreclosure sale
redemption period
The time period in a foreclosure in which a borrower in default cannot be divested of legal title or evicted and can exercise the right to redeem the property by paying the debt in full
redemption period
A period of time established by state law during which a property owner has a right to redeem real estate after a foreclosure or tax sale by paying the sales price, interest and costs Note that many states do not have such statutory redemption periods
redemption period
The specified period in which a mortgagor can reclaim foreclosed property by making full payment of the mortgage debt, under a legally enforceable right of redemption in some states (Source: FNMA Selling Guide, Glossary)
redemption period
The length of time during which the borrower may redeem a mortgage
redemption period
the period during which a former owner can reclaim foreclosed property
redemption period
A period of time allowed by law during which a mortgagor may redeem his property by paying off the entire debt in arrears
redemption period
A period of time established by state laws during which the property owner has the right to redeem his or her real estate from a foreclosure or a tax sale by paying the sale price, interest and costs Many states do not have mortgage redemption laws
redemption right
right to pay for the restoration of a property or asset
beyond redemption
irreparable, cannot be redeemed, cannot be fixed
equity of redemption
The right of the mortgagor to reclaim clear title to the property upon full repayment of the debt
equity of redemption
The right of a party in default to pay back payments owed on principal, interest and costs
equity of redemption
The right to redeem property during the foreclosure period, such as a mortgagor's right to redeem within a year after foreclosure sale
equity of redemption
The right a borrower has to pay out in full a mortgage against a property that has gone into foreclosure or power of sale proceedings, thus redeeming the property
equity of redemption
The right of a mortgagor to redeem his property after the mortgage is past due
equity of redemption
The right of one who has mortgaged property to redeem that property upon payment of the sum due within a reasonable amount of time after the due date
equity of redemption
The right of the mortgagor to reclaim clear title to the real property upon full repayment of the debt
equity of redemption
The right to redeem property during the foreclosure period
equity of redemption
The right to redeem property during the foreclosure period such as a mortgagor's right to redeem prior to foreclosure
equity of redemption
The right to regain title to mortgaged land upon repayment of the debt
equity of redemption
Right of original owner to reclaim property sold through foreclosure proceedings on a mortgage, by payment of debt, interest and costs
equity of redemption
the right of an owner to redeem property securing a loan that has been accelerated prior to fore- closure
equity of redemption
Not the same as the redemption period after a foreclosure sale, which is a right established by statute Properly, the right to pay off the mortgage lien in default by payment of the principal, interest and costs due
prior redemption of mortgages
repayment of a mortgage before the agreed date
redemptions
- Frequency at which fund redemptions are accepted by the fund
redemptions
The actual amount of withdrawals out of a fund as of each fund's fiscal year-end This information is retrieved directly from the fund's audited annual report Totals are reported in millions
redemptions
– Frequency at which fund redemptions are accepted by the fund
redemption

    Расстановка переносов

    re·demp·tion

    Турецкое произношение

    rîdempşın

    Произношение

    /rəˈdempsʜən/ /rɪˈdɛmpʃən/

    Этимология

    [ ri-'dem(p)-sh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English redempcioun, from Middle French redemption, from Latin redemption-, redemptio, from redimere to redeem.

    Общие Словосочетания

    redemption period

    Слово дня

    sansculotte
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