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Acquisition

The purchase of complete or majority ownership in a busi¬ness enterprise, usually by another business enterprise.


Action Ex Contractu - (law)

A legal action for breach of a promise stated in an express or implied contract.


Action Ex Delicto - (law)

(a) A legal action for a breach of a duty that is not stated in a contract but arises from the contract. A seller of goods, for example, who represents that the goods can be used for a certain purpose has a duty to furnish goods that can be so used, even if that duty is not stated in the con¬tract. If the seller fails to provide such goods, the seller breaches that duty and the buyer has an action ex delicto based on the seller’s fraudulent representation

(b) A legal action that arises from a wrongful act, such as fraud.


Activity-Based Costing - ABC - (logistics)

An accounting methodology that measures all the costs associated with a specific business activity regardless of organizational structure. The business activity can be the pro¬duction, delivery or maintenance of a product or service.


ABC = Activity-Based Costing - (logistics)

An accounting methodology that measures all the costs associated with a specific business activity regardless of organizational structure. The business activity can be the pro¬duction, delivery or maintenance of a product or service.


Added Value

The increase in value of a product or service resulting from a process, production, distribution, or implementation of an idea Added value traditionally resulted from the transformation of materials by actions of workers. Added value, however, can also come as a result of distribution, storage, or transport of ma¬terials or goods, or as a result of marketing or rebranding.


Added-Value Tax

value-added tax = VAT


Additional Carrier Requirements

10+2 rule


Additional Perils - (insurance)

Insurance policy extensions that generally in¬clude losses caused by explosion, earthquake, storm, tem¬pest, flood, burst water pipes, riot, strike, civil commotion, and malicious damage. Also called special perils.


Address Of Record - (law)

The official or primary location for an individual, company, or other organization.


Adhesion Contract - (law)

Contract with standard, often printed, terms for sale of goods and services offered to consumers who usually cannot negotiate any of the terms and cannot acquire the product unless they agree to the terms.


Adjuster - (insurance)

An individual whose job is to investigate and settle claims against an insurance company. An adjuster may be an employee of the insurance company, an adjust¬ing organization, or an independent engaged by contract.


Adjustment - (general)

The refund or replacement of lost or damaged goods by a seller

(insurance) The settlement of an insurance claim

(U.S. government) The negative impact of increased import competition to U.S. businesses


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