Definitions for "settlement"
The finalizing of the sale of a property, as its title is transferred from the seller to the buyer. also called closing.
The conclusion of a securities transaction; a broker/dealer buying securities pays for them; a selling broker delivers the securities to the buyer's broker.
The final legal transfer of ownership of property.
The act or process of adjusting or determining; composure of doubts or differences; pacification; liquidation of accounts; arrangement; adjustment; as, settlement of a controversy, of accounts, etc.
An agreement reached with a creditor to pay a debt for less than the total amount due. Settlements can be noted on your credit report and are not as beneficial to your credit as paying a debt in full.
An agreement between the parties to end a lawsuit.
A settled place of abode; residence; a right growing out of residence; legal residence or establishment of a person in a particular parish or town, which entitles him to maintenance if a pauper, and subjects the parish or town to his support.
The principle by which a person could only claim poor relief from the parish under which they were officially "settled". Anyone trying to claim relief without correct settlement qualifications could undergo forcible removal to their own parish. A child's settlement at birth was taken to be the same as that of its father. Illegitimate children were granted settlement in the place they were born. If a boy became apprenticed his parish of settlement became the place of his apprenticeship. At marriage, a woman took on the same settlement as her husband.
the Poor Law required the authorities of a parish to be responsible for the maintenance of poor people settled there. Settlement certificates were issued to those who moved to another parish. If the need for maintenance arose, the authorities could make a removal order to send them and their dependents back to their parish of origin, after carrying out an examination (or interrogation) as to their settlement. Settlement certificates, removal orders and settlement examinations may be found in the archives of Quarter Sessions courts and of parishes.
Establishment in life, in business, condition, etc.; ordination or installation as pastor.
Bestowal, or giving possession, under legal sanction; the act of giving or conferring anything in a formal and permanent manner.
A disposition of property for the benefit of some person or persons, usually through the medium of trustees, and for the benefit of a wife, children, or other relatives; jointure granted to a wife, or the act of granting it.
Matter that subsides; settlings; sediment; lees; dregs.
Disturbance in a structure which can show up as e.g. cracks in walls etc. It is often of little significance, but sometimes can be a sign of major structural failure. (See also Subsidence).
General disturbance in a structure showing as distortion in walls etc., possibly a result of major structural failure, very dry weather conditions etc. Sometimes of little current significance. (See also Subsidence).
Transfer of money from one bankâ€(tm)s account to the account of another bank.
The process by which the underlying stock is transferred from one brokerage account to another when equity option contracts are exercised by their owners and the inherent obligations assigned to option writers.
transfer of property to trustees, for specified purposes
Health, Pension] a transaction that (a) is an irrevocable action, (b) retieves the employer (or the plan) of primary responsibility for a pension benefit OBLIGATION, and (c) eliminates significant RISKs related to the obligation and the assets used to effect the settlement [identical to ACG No. 2
(1) See financial settlement. (2) In the United States, an irrevocable action that relieves the plan or plan sponsor of the obligation for a pension benefit and that eliminates the risk to the plan assets used to carry out the settlement. One example of a settlement is payment of a lump-sum benefit to a plan participant, thus discharging any further benefit obligation to the participant. Settlement is defined in FASB Statement No. 88.
The gradual sinking of a building, whether by the yielding of the ground under the foundation, or by the compression of the joints or the material.
Sinking of foundations.
Sinking of solid particles in grout, mortar, or fresh concrete, after placement and before initial set.
When all that is needed to be done between a vendor and purchaser to effect a transfer of property takes place eg: payment of money in exchange for the title to property• Land - Dealings With
In the Interbank Market, the process of receiving one currency and paying out another.
The process by which a sale and purchase of property takes place. It is commonly done by lawyers and involves the payment of the purchase price (less any deposit already paid) in exchange for the Certificate of Title, a transfer document, and a release of previous charges over the property. Keys to the property are usually either handed over to the purchaser or his/her lawyer at settlement, or able to be picked up from the estate agent immediately following settlement.
process during which larvae search for, and attach to, a suitable substrate (surface) in preparation for metamorphosis
Process by which a larva or juvenile leaves the pelagic environment and adopts a substrate‑associated lifestyle; not applicable to species pelagic as adults.
the progressive densification (consolidation) of a snowpack due to gravity, overburden pressure (of overlying snow) and metamorphism. In general, substantial settlement (25%) of new snow layers is a stabilizing influence on a mountain snowpack.
Compaction of the snow cover through metamorphism and compression. On a sloping surface, additional deformations occur from creep and glide.
Keywords:  push, dealer, chips, resolved, bet
A resolved bet. This is when the player or dealer collects chips, also when the push is settled.
The exchange of the chips after each hand. The dealer takes the chips in a losing situation, pays you in a winning one or if the hand results in a push, no exchange is made.
At the end of the hand, when bets are resolved and either the dealer or the player takes the chips.
A settlement occurs when property is held in trust for successive beneficiaries. The property which a settlor puts into trust is known as the trust fund or 'settled property'.
An arrangement of land or other property by deed, under which a trust is created by the settlor.
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Land settlement/compensation; resettlement of displaced persons.
A structural condition identified by displacement of elements, cracks, or uneven elements.
Keywords:  imo, bought, nominee, taxable, sold
When a consumer pays the creditor a percentage of the balance on an account, and the account is considered paid in full. The unpaid balance may be considered as income, and could possibly be taxable. Also, a settlement can be reported on the consumer's credit report as either a charged-off account or paid as agreed.
Settlement, or the settlement date is when your trade is completed. It is the day your receive your money from sales or pay for shares you have bought. Settlement is usually three working days after you bought or sold the shares if you hold them electronically in our nominee account, or 10 working days after you bought or sold the shares if you have certificate shares, on paper.
In energy markets, he accounting and billing process whereby an entity such as the IMO or supplier determines the amounts that each market participant should pay or be paid to compensate for the energy and other services supplied or used, or bought and sold in the market.
A person is settled in the United Kingdom if they are ordinarily resident here without any restriction on the period for which they may remain. Most British Citizens will be regarded as settled. Other people will have Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). Nationals of countries of the European Economic Area ( EEA) and their families may have permanent residence.
The financial resolution of a hand, including the payoff or collection of wagers.
In a Class Action, any proposed resolution or settlement must be approved by the court after notice to the Class Members.
"Local Government Finance Settlement" is the annual determination made in a Local Government Finance Report by affirmative resolution of the House of Commons in respect of the following year of : the provision for local authority expenditure; the amount of central government support for that expenditure; how that support will be distributed; and the support for certain other local government bodies.
Keywords:  clear, cheque, daily, monies, thirty
See Clearing
The daily price established by the exchange to even up positions, clear all trades, and settle all accounts between members for each contract month. This is the weighted average price during the last thirty minutes of trading
The report on settlement of money which one member owes to another, or to a card issuer, as a result of clearing.
See “Redemption.
A settlement occurs when both parties agree on a said amount and a magistrate approves the settlement (redemption). A settlement can be either a lump sum or a structured payment.
Statement (see HUD-1) Shingle Style The Identifying features of this (normally 2 to 21/2 story) Victorian-era style include a steeply pitched roofline with intersecting cross gables and multi-level eaves. Wall cladding and roofing are usually wood shingles (walls shingled without interruption at the corners, i.e. no corner boards), with an asymmetrical façade and large covered porches.
A well-defined grouping of buildings, predominantly residential but including other uses, which have a recognisable form or identity or function and a common place name. Therefore, a loose cluster of dwellings in the countryside may not necessarily be regarded as a settlement for the ;purposes of the Local Plan policies.
Disposition of a claim or policy benefit.
The payment or adjustment of an account or claim.
Payment of a claim by the insurer.
The physical delivery of an asset in exchange for an equivalent amount in cash.
Delivery of and payment for a security.  Compare:  CLEARANCE.  See:  DELIVERY DATE; GOOD DELIVERY.
The actual delivery of currencies made on the maturity date of a trade.
A grouping of buildings where there is, or historically has been, a mixture of land uses providing homes, social facilities, commerce and employment giving evidence of a present or past community. The description can cover towns of many thousands population to villages and hamlets.
the standard number of days between the date that a purchase or sale is agreed upon and the date it actually changes hands (settlement date)
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The date that the mortgage funds are released and the property changes ownership.
The meeting where you review and sign your loan papers. Also called a "closing."
Closing costs such as title insurance, escrow fees, settlement fees, appraisal, recording fees, notary fees, and others are separated into what are called "non-recurring closing costs" and "pre-paid items." Non-recurring closing costs are any items which are paid just once as a result of buying the property or obtaining a loan. "Pre-paids" are items which recur over time, such as property taxes and homeowners insurance. A lender makes an attempt to estimate the amount of non-recurring closing costs and prepaid items on the Good Faith Estimate, which they must issue to the borrower within three days of receiving a home loan application.
The closing of a mortgage loan
Fractures or dislocations caused by settlement.
In respect of expenditure, the sequence of operations subsequent to the commitment whose aim is to confirm the reality of the debt and to establish the amount of the payment.
A three digit code that can be used to identify expenditures by geographical location.
The act of setting, or the state of being settled.
The act of peopling, or state of being peopled; act of planting, as a colony; colonization; occupation by settlers; as, the settlement of a new country.
Daily published official quotation for metals
The clearinghouse practice of adjusting all futures accounts daily according to gain or loss from price movement is generally called settlement.
Downward movement of a structure or element of construction due to its own weight.
(1) The amount of downward movement of the foundation of a structure or a part of a structure, under conditions of applied loading. (2) The downward vertical movement experienced by structures or soil surface as the underlying supporting earth compresses.
Shifts in a structure, usually caused by freeze-thaw cycles underground.
After negotiating, the amount you accept from the insurance company as full payment for your loss.
Payment or discharge of a debt. Total or partial loan repayment.
Payment, deferred payment, acceptance or negotiation under a documentary credit.
Keywords:  ecology, marine, ocean, sea, mode
In marine ecology, the process by which organisms change from an open ocean life history phase to assume a new mode of life as a member of a sea-floor community.
Keywords:  scrip, wise, broker, netting, trading
It refers to the scrip-wise netting of trades by a broker after the trading period is over.
Movement of walls that occurs over time and with the shrinkage of logs as they lose their moisture. Typically in our homes, we see no shrinkage since we use on Eastern White Pine and they are properly dried.
Keywords:  quantity, sold, iso, financial, involve
The process of financial settlement for products and services purchased and sold. Each settlement involves a price and quantity. Both the ISO and PX may perform settlement functions.
a financial settlement process (billing and payment) for products and services purchased and sold; each settlement will involve a price and a quantity
The reduction of surface elevation due to the compressibility of the underlying soils.
Compression of the soil or the members in a structure.
A colony newly established; a place or region newly settled; as, settlement in the West.
Keywords:  hauling, paid, load, net, benefits
Benefits paid from a life insurance policy.
A net amount paid for hauling a load.
Keywords:  cubes, worth, idea, shot, don't
A single shot settlement is worth approximately (.4) X (value of the cube). When people are playing for large amounts with big cubes and don't like the idea of a game coming down to a
General disturbance in a structure showing as distortion in walls, etc, usually as the result of the initial compacting of the ground due to the loading of the building.
Keywords:  ticket, rent, box, detailed, office
Detailed itemization of ticket sales, production expenses, building rent, box office costs and all other event-related expenses.
A place defined by a settlement boundary on the Local Plan proposal maps on the basis that it contains services, facilities, or places of employment which could be sustained by new development or could contribute to this.
Keywords:  player, position, fair, want, points
When two players want to arrange a settlement between them on the payment of points based on the position they are, without playing the game to the end.
A payment of points by one player to the other based on the fair value of a position. (see Equity)
Article discusses forward contracts among other related topics.
Keywords:  choose, live, people
Where people choose to live.
Keywords:  debtor, sum, debt, offers, money
This is when the debtor offers a sum of money or products to settle a debt.
Keywords:  once, bet, calculation, returns, due
Calculation of returns due on a bet once results are known
Keywords:  established, fixed
That which settles, or is settled, established, or fixed.
Keywords:  regular, way, see
See: Regular-Way Settlement.
Keywords:  live, people, place
A place where people live.
a settling or being settled