Translation for 'obligation' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN1   an obligation | obligations
NOUN2   obligation | -
SYNO certificate of indebtedness | debt instrument | duty | ...
obligation {noun}задължение {ср}
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Translation for 'obligation' from English to Bulgarian

obligation {noun}
задължение {ср}
Usage Examples English
  • The non-compensatory basis focuses on the mutual obligation of support created by the marriage.
  • Where a claimant is under an obligation to do one thing but does another, his action may be treated as close enough approximation of the required act.
  • From such considerations, James concludes that "claim" and "obligation" are two sides of the same coin.
  • If a municipality fails to adopt a minimum municipal obligation, the minimum municipal obligation shall be calculated using the actual payroll and member contributions for the applicable year and actuarial data extracted from the certified actuarial valuation prepared immediately before the year for which the minimum municipal obligation is to be calculated.
  • Political obligation refers to a moral requirement to obey national laws.

  • Hobbes’s concept of moral obligation thus intertwines with the concept of political obligation.
  • Major amendments to the PDPA were proposed and passed in 2020. Among other changes, a tenth data protection obligation was added, namely, the Data Breach Notification Obligation.
  • Bob's obligation to spend 5, exactly matches Charlie's obligation to earn 5.
  • On 7 August 2021, Hernani joined Genoa on loan with an obligation to buy. The obligation was not fulfilled and the rights reverted to Parma.
  • Further criticism of the Renewables Obligation in its original form included uncertainty over the price of a Renewables Obligation Certificate, which varies depending on demand and could reduce significantly if the amount of electricity produced from renewable energy sources approaches the obligation level.

  • A novation is an agreement to extinguish and replace one or more obligations with a new obligation or obligations.
  • English law distinguishes in some case law between primary and secondary obligations.
  • Liabilities in financial accounting need not be legally enforceable; but can be based on equitable obligations or constructive obligations.
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