Definitions for "Obligations"
Dollar amounts that a governmental unit may be legally required to meet through its resources, including actual liabilities and unliquidated encumbrances. An obligation exists when goods or services are delivered. The State is required to pay for such goods or services. Obligations--Commitments made by Federal agencies to pay out money, as distinct from the actual payments, which are "outlays." Generally, obligations are incurred after the enactment of budget authority. The Federal share of obligations is the estimated full cost of each project at the time it is approved, regardless of when the actual payments are made or the expected time of project completion.
Legally binding commitments to provide funds from the Treasury to purchase goods or services.
Obligations are binding agreements that will result in outlays, immediately or in the future. Budgetary resources must be available before obligations can be incurred legally.
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Any amount which may require payment by an entity at a future time.
Amount that an entity may be legally required to pay. This includes actual liabilities, as well as guarantees made to assure the payment of liabilities of others.
Technically defined as "amount of orders placed, contracts awarded, services received, and similar transactions during a given period which will require payments during the same or a future period."
In the context of GATT, the principal obligations of contracting parties are; (a) to use only approved instruments of protection, primarily tariffs; (b) to use those instruments in a nondiscriminatory way, extending any opening of a market to all GATT trading partners; and (c) to submit all protection to a long-term process of non-reversible reductions through negotiations with other GATT members. For specific substantive obligations, see disciplines.
Any debt or reoccurring payments a borrower is required to pay.
Any debt, or recurring payment the borrower is obligated to pay, including mortgage payments.
a general term for all classes of indebtedness, the fundamental idea is since the debtor is bound to pay the creditor, therefore, has some legal power to compel this payment.
Amounts that the State may be required legally to meet out of its resources at a particular date.
Legal requirements that must be satisfied by the seller of an options contract, if he is assigned an exercise notice
Keywords:  attributes, forced, seller, option
Attributes forced upon the seller of an option.