Creditors

[play] Creditors (Fordringsägare) is a naturalistic tragicomedy by the Swedish playwright August Strindberg. It was written in Swedish during August and September 1888 in Denmark. It was first published in Danish in February 1889 and appeared in Swedish in 1890. It premièred at the Dagmar Theatre in Copenhagen in March 1889. It is seen as...
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Creditors

This is anybody who is owed money. It can also be someone who will (or may) be owed money in the future due to some obligation that has already been entered into.
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Creditors

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creditors

creditors A curse of creditors.
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Creditors

People to whom the company owes something, usually cash or a claim to services.
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creditors

People to whom money is owed.
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Creditors

Creditors are an entity (person or institution) that extends credit by giving another entity permission to borrow money if it is paid back at a later date (credit card companies, catalogues). These people will ultimately decide whether to accept the IVA in a creditors meeting.
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Creditors

A list of suppliers to whom the business owes money.
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Creditors

These are the persons or businesses to whom your business owes money.
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