Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Quorum

Is a number of shareholders or directors needed to vote on a particular type of issue and hold a valid meeting.

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Cross examination Perjury Deep pockets
Vexatious Litigant Banking book Balance of trade (BOT)
Petty Cash Bimonthly Alib
Quoted company Crowding Out Franchise
Planchet Give as you earn (GAYE) Offer
Long Term Debt Appreciation Username
Undercapitalized Management buyout Troy pound
Commission Agent Sawbuck Treeware
Petitioner Abbreviated Accounts Dobra
Capital Gains N322A Civil Court form POS
House Organ Deregistration Unfranked Receipts
Identity Theft Demurrage Credit Scoring
Advance information File Permissions Hryvnia

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