Equity

Assets minus liabilities.

equity

Decisions based on the principles of
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Equity

The 'valuation' that you own in your home, i.e. the property value less the mortgage loan outstanding.
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Equity

The capital invested by ordinary shareholders is known as equity. :: CRH (8th Edition)
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Equity

- Residual INTEREST in the ASSETS of an entity that remains after deducting its LIABILITIES. Also, the amount of a business' total assets less total liabilities. Also, the third section of a BALANCE SHEET, the other two being assets and liabilities.
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Equity

- The 'valuation' that you own in your home, i.e. the property value less the mortgage loan outstanding.
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equity

[n] - the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it 2. [n] - the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation
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Equity

• (n.) An equitable claim; an equity of redemption; as, an equity to a settlement, or wife`s equity, etc. • (n.) A system of jurisprudence, supplemental to law, properly so called, and complemental of it. • (n.) Equality of rights; natural justice or right; the giving, or desiring to give, to each man his due, according to reason, an...
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equity

noun the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation
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equity

(business) A company's assets, less its liabilities, which are the property of the owner or shareholders. Popularly, equities are stocks and shares which do not pay interest at fixed rates but pay dividends based on the company's performance. The value of equities tends to rise over th...
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equity

(law) System of law supplementing the ordinary rules of law where the application of these would operate harshly in a particular case; sometimes it is regarded as an attempt to achieve `natural justice`. So understood, equity appears as an element in most legal systems, and in a ...
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Equity

[finance] In accounting and finance, equity is the residual value or interest of the most junior class of investors in assets, after all liabilities are paid; if liability exceeds assets, negative equity exists. In an accounting context, shareholders` equity (or stockholders` equity, shareholders` funds, shareholders` capital or similar ter...
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Equity

[legal concept] In jurisdictions following the English common law, Equity is the set of maxims that `reign over all the law` and `from which flow all civil laws` (Bacon). The Chancery, the office of equity, was the `office that issued the writs that were the foundation of the common law system`. (Id.; Spence, supra, at 224). Equity is wholl...
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Equity

[trade union] Equity (formerly known as the British Actors` Equity Association) is the trade union for actors, stage managers and models in the United Kingdom. It was formed in 1930 by a group of West End performers and, in 1967, it incorporated the Variety Artistes` Federation. Equity was one of the last of the closed shop unions in the UK...
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Equity

Eq'ui·ty noun ; plural Equities . [ French équité , Latin aequitas , from aequus even, equal. See Equal .] 1. Equality of rights; natural justice or right; the giving, or desiring to give, to each man his due, according to reason, and the law of Go...
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Equity

1) The net value of real estate, determined by subtracting the amount of unpaid debts secured by the property from its market value. 2) A set of legal principles that operates in addition to statutes and common law and is intended to give judges flexibility to achieve a just result. If traditional legal remedies (which usually involve compensation ...
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Equity

A body of practical law and procedural rules intended to supplement or even override statutory law in such a way as to enforce rights and duties according to the norms of natural justice where the rigid application of statutory law might actually conflict with this.
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equity

A company's assets, less its liabilities, which are the property of the owner or shareholders. Popularly, equities are stocks and shares which do not pay interest at fixed rates but pay dividends...
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Equity

a share.
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Equity

A system of law designed to furnish remedies for wrongs which were not legally recognized under the common law of England or for which no adequate remedy was provided by the common law. (2) Another word for stock (or similar securities representing an ownership interest). (3) The amount by which a entity's assets exceed its liabilities.
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Equity

An accounting term used to describe the investment made by the owners or stockholders of a business. On a balance sheet, equity represents assets less liabilities. Same as Net Worth in a business.
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Equity

an owner's financial interest in a property; calculated by subtracting the amount still owed on the mortgage loon(s)from the fair market value of the property.
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EQUITY

An ownership interest in a business.
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equity

Another word for 'share'. A shareholder`s equity is the value of the shares they hold. Also, a house owner`s equity is the value of their home minus the unpaid mortgage â€` so negative equity occurs if the house is worth less than the outstanding loan
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Equity

Common name for the British Actors' Equity Association, the UK trade union for professional actors in theatre, film, and television, founded in 1929. In the USA its full name is the American Actors'...
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