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|English term or phrase: deemed loan|
|A deemed loan will exist where an employee has an obligation to repay a debt, which is not part of an existing loan, and fails to do so at the due date for repayment and the debt is still unpaid. Where an employer makes a loan to an employee and the interest is deferred for more than six months, the accrued interest results in a separate and additional interest-free loan (section 16(3) FBTAA). The deemed loan then exists from the end of the six-month period until the interest is eventually paid or becomes payable. These provisions do not apply where the original loan is interest-free, or where interest is payable at least every six months, or where any deferral arrangement ended before 1 July 1986.|
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deuda de hecho
no es que lo haya visto, pero se me ocurre que es una posibilidad que refleja el hecho de que la deuda no fue contraída como resultado de un préstamo sino que surge de hecho como resultado de una mora
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