Right To Setoff

Right To Setoff,

What is Right To Setoff?

  • The legal rights of the debtor to settle all or part of the obligations owed by the other party, to receive a loan for the amount owed by the other party to the debtor.

Literal Meanings of Right To Setoff


Meanings of Right:
  1. What is morally correct, fair or honorable?

  2. The moral or legal right to receive or receive something or to act in a particular way.

  3. Right, direction or direction.

  4. A group or party that supports conservative or reactionary ideologies.

  5. Morally good, justified or acceptable.

  6. Satisfactory, healthy or in normal condition or condition.

  7. When a person or thing faces north, about it, towards the human body or object, or towards the east.

  8. Absolutely absolute (used to emphasize, often in abusive context)

  9. Prefer conservative or reactionary ideas.

  10. It is used to give consent or to confirm the acceptance of a statement or order.

  11. In wide or full scope or degree (used for emphasis)

  12. Okay fine

Sentences of Right
  1. He does not understand the difference between right and wrong

  2. He has a right to be angry

  3. Take the first right

  4. Hopefully we will do the right thing

  5. This sausage has no smell

  6. Are you politically right, left or center?

  7. Off track car

  8. Fortune teller

  9. Turn right onto the main road

  10. We straighten the inverted canoe

Synonyms of Right

goodness, ethical, normal, righteousness, dextral, privilege, authority, fairness, that's a bargain, fair, dispensation, perfect, hale, birthright, at three o'clock, agreed, rightly, wholly, equitableness, aright, altogether, proper, unerringly, honesty, virtue, healthy, thorough, precisely, warrant


Meanings of To:
  1. Towards Express Movement

  2. Proximity or limit (certain conditions)

  3. Identify the person or thing in question.

  4. It shows that two things are connected.

  5. Anxious or troubled (something, especially a summary)

  6. It is used with the basic form of the verb to indicate that the verb is ineffective.

  7. When the absent verb is considered clear, it is used without following the verb

Sentences of To
  1. Going out in the mall

  2. Christopher's expression turned from surprise to joy.

  3. You are very moderate about it

  4. Married cousin John

  5. He left his motorcycle tied to the fence

  6. This is nothing compared to before

  7. He threw the door behind him

  8. He was asked to come, but he said he did not want to

Synonyms of To

in the direction of, toward, fastened, so as to near, secured, so as to approach, to, tight, secure, firmly fixed


Meanings of Setoff:
  1. An item or value that may or may not be offset by someone in progress

  2. Steps or shoulders that reduce the thickness of a building or machine part.

  3. Accidental transfer of ink from one sheet or page to another before deleting.

Sentences of Setoff
  1. In a speech at the Washington Economic Club yesterday, he said he was "open" to general budget cuts and advocated for compensation to cover humanitarian costs.

Right To Setoff,

Right To Setoff Meanings:

  • Right To Setoff means: Legal rights of the applicant to lend on the other party’s loan while applying the other party’s loan on the other party’s loan

Literal Meanings of Right To Setoff


Meanings of Right:
  1. Morally good, legitimate or acceptable.

  2. As true or true.

  3. On the east side of the human body or thing, or in relation to it when that person or thing is on the north side.

  4. Absolutely (used for emphasis).

  5. Prefer conservative or reactionary views.

  6. Wide or full level or grade (used for emphasis).

  7. Right or left

  8. Which is morally correct, just or honorable.

  9. Groups or parties that support conservative or reactionary views.

  10. Restore normal or real condition.

  11. Used to confirm or confirm the acceptance of a statement or order.

Sentences of Right
  1. This sausage has no odor.

  2. I feel so stupid

  3. Turn right onto B1269.

  4. He does not know the difference between right and wrong.

  5. A major cut in defense spending is needed for economic recovery.

  6. "There are obstacles." "Oh, that's fine."

Synonyms of Right

in every respect, propriety, right-hand, accurate, complete, indemnity, honourableness, totally, solve, exactly, truthfulness, up to par, straighten out, morality, correctly, droit, unmitigated, dexter, quite, established, ameliorate, starboard, impartiality, well, consummate, amend, absolutely, advantage, honour, legality


Meanings of To:
  1. Move towards (a specific place).

  2. Perspective or scope (special terms)

  3. Identify the person or thing in question or accept something.

  4. Recognize the special relationship between one person and another.

  5. Indicates that two things are connected or related to each other.

  6. Related to or possibly related to (something).

  7. The second element in the competition is used to introduce.

  8. Account kept before debit entry.

  9. Used with the root form of the verb to indicate that the verb is infinite.

  10. Used without following the verb when the missing verb is clearly understood.

  11. So close or almost closed

Sentences of To
  1. Go to the shops

  2. You're too bad for that

  3. He is with his cousin Emma. married

  4. Tied his dog to the gutter pipe.

  5. There was no club

  6. He asked her to come, but she said he did not want to come.

  7. The door slammed behind him


Meanings of Setoff:
  1. An item or value that is issued or offset by another.

  2. Step or shoulder where the thickness of a part of a building or machine is reduced.

  3. Accidental transfer of ink from one print sheet or page to another.