ORDER OF PERMANENCE Definition

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ORDER OF PERMANENCE is where fixed assets are entered in the balance sheet in descending order of permanence (i.e. land first, then buildings, then equipment ...).

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RECOURSE NOTE is a note where the default may result in loss of collateral and also personal suit and judgment. Most notes are recourse notes.

COMPLIANCE is following applicable internal control procedures, rules, or laws.

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