Floating charge
Floating charge Floating charge, lien lien, etc. (Law) A charge, lien, etc., that successively attaches to such assets as a person may have from time to time, leaving him more or less free to dispose of or encumber them as if no such charge or lien existed.

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • Floating charge — A floating charge is a security interest over a fund of changing assets of a company or a limited liability partnership (LLP), which floats or hovers until conversion into a fixed charge, at which point the charge attaches to specific assets. The …   Wikipedia

  • Floating Charge — A security (i.e. mortgage, lien, etc.) that has an underlying asset or group of assets which is subject to change in quantity and value. Corporations can use floating charges and it does not affect their ability to use the underlying asset as… …   Investment dictionary

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  • Floating charge — Die floating charge ist im Bearbeiten] Literatur Carsten Hofmann: Mortgage und Charge: Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten im englischen Kreditsicherungsrecht. Duncker Humblot, Berlin 2002, ISBN 978 3428108008 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • floating charge — A continuing charge on the assets of the company creating it, but permitting the company to deal freely with the property in the usual course of business until the security holder shall intervene to enforce his claim. Pennsylvania Co. for… …   Black's law dictionary

  • floating charge — A continuing charge on the assets of the company creating it, but permitting the company to deal freely with the property in the usual course of business until the security holder shall intervene to enforce his claim. Pennsylvania Co. for… …   Black's law dictionary

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