DERIVATIVE LIABILITIES Definition

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DERIVATIVE LIABILITIES are financial instruments under contracts that have one or more underlying and one or more notional amounts. See DERIVATIVE.

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STALE CHECK is a check that is six months or older than the date affixed to the check by the maker. If a customer's check is presented more than six months after the date appearing on the check, the paying bank has the option of paying or dishonoring the check because the check is deemed "stale".

BOOK INVENTORY is the acquisition cost of all inventory less liabilities associated with the inventory. See BOOK VALUE.

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