Translation: from spanish

be in default

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  • default — de·fault /di fȯlt, dē ˌfȯlt/ n [Anglo French defalte defaute lack, fault, failure to answer a summons, from defaillir to be lacking, fail, from de , intensive prefix + faillir to fail] 1: failure to do something required by duty (as under a… …   Law dictionary

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  • Default — De*fault , n. [OE. defaute, OF. defaute, defalte, fem., F. d[ e]faut, masc., LL. defalta, fr. a verb meaning, to be deficient, to want, fail, fr. L. de + fallere to deceive. See {Fault}.] 1. A failing or failure; omission of that which ought to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Default — may refer to: Default (law), the failure to do something required by law Default judgment Default (finance), failure to satisfy the terms of a loan obligation or to pay back a loan Default (computer science), a preset setting or value Default… …   Wikipedia

  • default — ► NOUN 1) failure to fulfil an obligation, especially to repay a loan or appear in a law court. 2) a pre selected option adopted by a computer program or other mechanism when no alternative is specified. ► VERB 1) fail to fulfil an obligation,… …   English terms dictionary

  • default interest provision — A provision in a contract which: • Provides a contractual sanction against non payment of a sum of money; and • Is a form of liquidated damages for that non payment. A default interest provision is nearly always included in an agreement where… …   Law dictionary

  • default notice — Under regulations under the Consumer Credit Act 1974, where a debtor or hirer defaults under a regulated credit or hire agreement, the trader must send to the customer a default notice giving the customer at least seven days notice before taking… …   Law dictionary

  • default — the failure by an entity to abide by the covenants in a debt obligation or other agreement to which it is a party. The most common default is non payment of interest or principal (Glossary of Common Bankruptcy Terms) failure to pay or otherwise… …   Glossary of Bankruptcy

  • default judgment — ➔ judgment * * * default judgment UK US (also default judgement) noun [C or U] ► LAW a decision by a court of law against someone who does not appear in court or fails to do something else that they should do: »The record company won by default… …   Financial and business terms


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