Business Dictionary :
Due



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Due : adjective : owed

  • Sum due from a debtor

  • Bond due for repayment

  • To fall due

  • To become due = to be ready for payment

  • Bill due on May 1st = bill which has to he paid on May 1st

  • Balance due to us = amount owed to us which should be paid

  • Due : adjective : Expected : to arrive
  • The plane is due to arrive at 10.30.

  • The plane is due at 10.30.

  • In due form = written in the correct legal form

  • Receipt in due form

  • Contract drawn up in due form

  • After due consideration of the problem = after thinking seriously about the problem
  • Due : adjective : caused by
  • Supplies have been delayed due to a strike at the manufacturers.

  • The company pays the wages of staff who are absent due to illness.

  • Dues : plural noun : payables


    Dock Dues = payment which a ship makes to the harbor authorities for the right to use the harbor


    Port Dues = payment which a ship makes to the harbor authorities for the right to use the harbor


    Harbor Dues = payment which a ship makes to the harbor authorities for the right to use the harbor


    Dues : plural noun : orders taken but not supplied until new stock arrives


    QUOTE : Many expect the US economic indicators for April due out this Thursday to show faster economic growth.
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    Australian Financial Review)



















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