default

  1. loss due to not showing up
  2. act of failing to meet a financial obligation
  3. loss resulting from failure of a debt to be paid
  4. an option that is selected automatically unless an alternative is specified

Default

- Breach of a mortgage contract (not making the required payments).
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Default

- Failure to meet any financial obligation. Default triggers a CREDITOR'S rights and remedies identified in the agreement and under the law.
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Default

, in computing, refers to the settings on any device that come
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default

[n] - act of failing to meet a financial obligation 2. [n] - loss due to not showing up 3. [v] - fail to pay up
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Default

• (v. t.) To call a defendant or other party whose duty it is to be present in court, and make entry of his default, if he fails to appear; to enter a default against. • (v. t.) To fail to perform or pay; to be guilty of neglect of; to omit; as, to default a dividend. • (n.) Fault; offense; ill deed; wrong act; failure in virtue or w...
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default

noun loss due to not showing up; `he lost the game by default`
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Default

[computer science] A default, in computer science, refers to a setting or a value automatically assigned to a software application, computer program or device, outside of user intervention. Such settings are also called presets, especially for electronic devices. The Oxford English Dictionary dates this usage to the mid-1960s, as a variant ...
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Default

[finance] In finance, default is failure to meet the legal obligations (or conditions) of a loan, for example when a home buyer fails to make a mortgage payment, or when a corporation or government fails to pay a bond which has reached maturity. A national or sovereign default is the failure or refusal of a government to repay its national ...
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Default

[law] In law, a default is the failure to do something required by law or to appear at a required time in legal proceedings. In the United States, for example, when a party has failed to file meaningful response to pleadings within the time allowed, with the result that only one side of a controversy has been presented to the court, the par...
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Default

De·fault' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Defaulted ; present participle & verbal noun Defaulting .] 1. To fail in duty; to offend. « That he gainst courtesy so foully did default Spens...
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Default

De·fault' noun [ Middle English defaute , Old French defaute , defalte , fem., French défaut , masc., Late Latin defalta , from a verb meaning, to be deficient, to want, fail, from Latin de- + fallere to deceive. See Fault .] 1. A fa...
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Default

De·fault' transitive verb 1. To fail to perform or pay; to be guilty of neglect of; to omit; as, to default a dividend. « What they have defaulted towards him as no king.» Milton. 2. (Law) To call a defendant or other party whose duty it is t...
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default

1. A failing or failure; omission of that which ought to be done; neglect to do whaduty or law requires; as, this evil has happened through the governor's default. ... 2. Fault; offense; ill deed; wrong act; failure in virtue or wisdom. 'And pardon craved for his so rash default.' (Spenser) 'Regardless of our merit or default.' (Pope) ... 3. A negl...
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Default

1) Failure to file an answer or other response to a summons or complaint in a lawsuit. After a certain period has passed, the plaintiff may ask the court for a default judgment, which means the defendant who failed to respond loses the case. A defendant who has a legally sufficient reason for failing to respond (for example, the defendant never rec...
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Default

1) n. A party's failure to respond to a summons and complaint that was served upon them. This can result in the rights of the defaulting party to be terminated if the legal answer or other response isn't entered in the record. New York has a unique statute where a default can be taken by failure to respond to a summons that was served without compl...
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default

A behaviour taken when no other behaviour has been specified / Inability to pay a dept, details ...
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Default

A bond issued with a very low coupon or no coupon that sell at a price far below par value. A bond t
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Default

A default is awarded when one of the competitors is unable to continue for any reason. A default is worth 6 team points in duel meet competition.
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Default

A disqualification of a player in a match by the chair umpire, after the player received four code v
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Default

a disqualification of a player in a match by the chair umpire, after the player received four code violations warnings, generally for his/her conduct on court
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Default

A failure to comply with a term of an agreement. For example, a default by a tenant under a lease agreement permits a landlord to take certain actions in response to the default.
Found on http://www.lectlaw.com/def/d024.htm

Default

A failure to discharge a duty. The term is most often used to describe the occurrence of an event th
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Default

A failure to discharge a duty. The term is most often used to describe the occurrence of an event that cuts short the rights or remedies of one of the parties to an agreement or legal dispute, for example, the failure of the mortgagor to pay a mortgage installment, or to comply with mortgage covenants.
Found on http://www.gdrc.org/icm/loan-glossary.html

Default

A failure to perform as required by a contract.
Found on http://www.franchise-uk.co.uk/franchise-glossary.htm
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