In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(bankrupt) no rehabilitado(debt) no liquidado(debt) sin pagar(duty) no cumplido
- It is a fact that Mr Winter knew that Mr Bulfin was an undischarged bankrupt.
- The taxmen seem to have said that significant benefits will accrue to bank customers who declare undischarged tax liabilities before an investigation begins.
- Watt was assigned into bankruptcy in 1998; he has not been discharged yet and therefore remains an undischarged bankrupt.
- We do offer business current accounts, without borrowing to all customers (apart from undischarged bankrupts and where there is evidence of deliberate fraud) irrespective of their credit standing.
- Also ineligible are undischarged bankrupts, lunatics, and anyone who has been sentenced to more than three months' imprisonment over the previous five years, or convicted of illegal electoral practices.
- However, he applied for bankruptcy in 1993 and remains, at this time, an undischarged bankrupt.
- Cecil and Charlotte now live together in Halifax, but the undischarged resentment and sorrow of a recent tragedy have isolated them from one another.
- At the end of the third year, I was an undischarged bankrupt.
- Thus, he was an undischarged bankrupt when the writs were issued and when he obtained the default judgments.
- Watmuff launched on a final business venture despite being banned from being a company director as an undischarged bankrupt.
- In evidence, he described his family and circumstances and admitted to being an undischarged bankrupt.
- We were told ‘many of us are carrying around between five and twenty pounds of mucus and undischarged debris in our colons’.
- This deactivates any remaining undischarged cells.
- Lagan is an undischarged bankrupt in Northern Ireland.
- For example, someone who has been a discharged or undischarged bankrupt cannot be an intermediary, etc.
- An undischarged bankrupt who set up another company that later went bust with debts of almost £250,000 has walked free from court.
- However, after initial success the under-capitalized business failed and Henry, as an undischarged bankrupt, could no longer own a business.
- In reality, although the three companies were made out to be separate entities, they were simply one business under the common control of an undischarged bankrupt.
- The younger the child, the fewer resources she has to protect herself, resulting in a greater amount of undischarged energy.
- Beset by financial troubles (including a spell in prison for borrowing money while an undischarged bankrupt), he remained an incorrigible optimist.
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