Translation of defaulter in Spanish:


moroso, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈfɔltər//dɪˈfɔːltə/


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    • 1.1Finance

      moroso masculine
      morosa feminine
      • In a population of 4 million people, 500,000 individual defaulters are failing to meet their obligations in respect of activity determined to be criminal by the court.
      • The number of credit defaulters has reached 4 million and business activities have yet to regain vitality, but the government is maintaining an optimistic view for an early recovery.
      • It is an exercise in futility to imagine that once water pipes of defaulters are physically removed, the company would contain any illegal connections on their water system.
      • Meanwhile, they fail to collect what is owed by defaulters, adding to the burden on those who do pay.
      • However, the figures show that just 2.19 tax defaulters for every 10,000 people in Dublin have been named and shamed by the Revenue since October 2001.
      • The Revenue Commissioners latest crackdown on tax defaulters yielded over 100m in unpaid tax, interest and penalties in the first three months of the year.
      • Farmers accounted for more than a quarter of the 1,231 tax defaulters, who made settlement but company directors paid the highest average sum, which amounts to €200,000 each.
      • All 13 of Waterford's tax defaulters were penalised for non-payment of income tax and for being the holders of bogus non-resident bank accounts.
      • In 2004 the units - based in Revenue regions across the country - detected and registered 869 defaulters with tax liability.
      • A year ago Mr O'Mahony formed The Reaction Group, an association that, for a fee of €250, helps and advises defaulters who find themselves in trouble with the Revenue.
      • All defaulters have been warned by the City Council that if they do not pay their charges by November 17 when a sticker system is introduced, their refuse will not be collected.
      • Earlier, the government had positively encouraged citizens to use cards but then strengthened restrictions because of the sharp increase in the number of credit defaulters.
      • This aspect has to be closely monitored by regulating agencies, and defaulters must be threatened with closure of business, failing compliance.
      • This would put a cap on the financial penalties for non-payment of tax due and allow them to avoid prosecution and having their names published on the quarterly list of tax defaulters.
      • More over, government should take effective steps for realisation of huge loan amounts from defaulters / borrowers of the State Financial Corporation and Jammu and Kashmir Bank Limited.
      • Kerry has the second highest number of defaulters with 15 paying a total of €1.38m, an average of €92,000.
      • The only organizational measure of the institution attended by defaulters was whether the defaulter graduated.
      • The Revenue Commissioners confirmed that 201 tax defaulters made settlements of over 12,700 in their last report published in December.
      • ‘There will be defaulters, we know that,’ Niall Mellon said.
      • Ironically, it has resulted in a hike in the overdue rate and the number of credit defaulters as many households with heavy debts failed to pay the increased interest.

    • 1.2Law

      rebelde feminine

  • 2British

    Military Nautical
    rebelde feminine