Also the original analysis of this sample was performed as a part of batch 10 which was actually found to be acceptable batch 1 10 of module 5 volume 9 section 5 9 page 147. A letter issued by the securities and exchange commission sec indicating a significant deficiency or omission in a registered statement or prospectus.
A debtor may have their property repossessed or foreclosed on by a creditor if they are unable to keep up with their expected payments.
Deficiency balance letter sample. A deficiency balance is an unsecured debt the same as credit cards. For example if you return a car with a 10 000 loan and the lender sells it at auction for 5 000 then you only owe the remaining 5 000. After the item is sold the sale price is subtracted from what you owe the lender.
Deficiency balances after repossession and foreclosure. A deficiency letter. If you have any questions or wish additional information you may call us at telephone number or write us at secured party s address.
This letter informs the borrower of the vehicle s selling price at the auction or private sale. As a result the property will be sold by the creditor putting the amount of that sale against the value of the debt. Therefore this internal control deficiency meets the definition of a material.
A creditor or collection agent will typically send you a letter with the deficiency balance. This letter normally includes information pertaining the amount the vehicle was auctioned for. In your letter offer to settle the deficiency balance for 20 percent of the balance.
Deficiency surplus if the sale resulted in a deficiency balance interest will continue to accrue on that balance at the rate of per day until the loan is paid in full. This is known as the deficiency balance. Any remaining balance as may be the case for your situation is considered a deficiency balance.
The deficiency balance after sale. Please explain why samples from an acceptable batch such as batch 10 were reassayed and the data from the reassay batch was used instead of the original acceptable data. Once the vehicle is sold the lender will send a second letter to the borrower called a deficiency notice.
But many times the lender will require the borrower to pay off the full loan balance in order to get the vehicle back. Then the cost of repossessing storing and selling the property is added to the difference. Very often you re liable for that balance.
Resulting from this internal control deficiency is more than remote even assuming that the amounts were fully reserved for in the company s allowance for uncollectible accounts due to the likelihood of material misstatement of the gross accounts receivable balance.