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written off

An aircraft or equipment that has crashed or been involved in an accident and suffered irreparable damage. The aircraft is irretrievable and thus depreciated or taken off the books. The term is also used for an aircraft that is obsolete.
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Earlier, the court was informed that loans worth Rs 256 billion were written off between 1971 and 2009.
In Gateshead pounds 1.7m in unpaid tax is yet to be collected and pounds 59,000 was written off in the last financial year.
Reports said previously that Abdygulov was written off 5.5 million soms of debt for his contribution to the development of the banking system of Kyrgyzstan in June 2015 when he was appointed a deputy prime minister.
Debts will be written off in case reinstatement of entrepreneurship or state registration of entrepreneurs until 1 January 2019.
Whereas in a large number of cases, quoted by the press, the amount written off pertains to mark-up and other charges only.
A report to Cabinet details that the debts across council services are due to a variety of reasons including BANKRUPTCY and liquidation, death, and debts being written off on compassionate grounds.
KARACHI, October 25, 2010 (Frontier Star): State Bank of Pakistan convened a meeting of commercial banks and development finance institutions here on Monday to work out a strategy in response to the observations made by the Supreme Court regarding written off loans.
ISLAMABAD, October 20, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Supreme Court (SC) while adjourning the hearing of suo moto notice case of written off loans of Rs 256 billion till today has issued notices to the institutions and persons who have got their loans waived.
Kirklees Cabinet member Clr Andrew Palfreeman (pictured) said the amount written off was much lower.
ISLAMABAD, October 20, 2010 (Frontier Star): Supreme Court (SC) while adjourning the hearing of suo motu notice case of written off loans of Rs 256 billion till today has issued notices to the institutions and persons who have got their loans waived.
ISLAMABAD, February 02, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The State Bank of Pakistan on Tuesday informed the Supreme Court that loans over Rs256 billion were written off during last 38 years.
She said: "We are still finalising our accounts but we estimate that the net amount written off will be around pounds l.lm.