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ACCESS LEVEL : Refer to the term system access level for clarification.

ACCEPTANCE OF SHIPME : When a statistic does not support the hypothesis it is considered a null hypothesis.

ACCESS CHARGE : A fee charged by a utility company to disconnect and reconnect a resident.

ACCESSORINESS : An obligation that occurs when event participation is required during a transaction. Refer to privity.

ACCEPTOR : The individual who agrees to purchase good by signing a bill on or before its due date.

ACCEPTANCE OF SERVIC : This occurs once an item is delivered. The shipping company is no longer liable.

ACCEPTANCE MARKET : A short term credit used by exporters to get paid faster. This process occurs when the buyer accepts a bill and converts it into a check that must be paid before the maturation date.

ACCEPTANCE REGION : The decision to keep or toss out the product batch. If the batch is too damaged it will be thrown out. This is done by sampling using a variable or attribute method.

ACTIO : Lat. in the civil law. An action or suit; a right or cause of action. It should be noted that this term means both the proceeding to enforce a right in a court and the right itself which is sought to be enforced.

ACCOMMODATIONS : Making it easy for disadvantaged groups to access and use an establishment. Refer to accommodation.

ACCOMMODATION LOAN : A loan given that will not benefit the lender.

ACCOMMODATION PAPER : Any note that is signed by another person that helps the person obtain a loan.

ACCIDENTAL DEATH BEN : The value of a life or accidental death insurance policy. This amount is paid to the beneficiary.

AGNOMINATION : A surname; an additional name or title; agnomen.

ACCIDENT CONDITION : When accidents cause consequences that are greater than expected.

ACCIDENT : An unforeseeable and unexpected turn of events that causes loss in value, injury, and increased liabilities. The event is not deliberately caused and is not inevitable. Refer to incident.

ACCIDENT AND HEALTH : Fringe benefits paid to employees by the employers insurance plan.

ACCIDENTAL MEANS : An uncontroled cause that leads to bodily injury. The injury and the incident must be accidental according to insurance policy. Refer to accident.

ACCIDENT PERIL : The calculated probability that an employee will be harmed at their job. This comes with machinery, electricity, fire, chemicals, and heavy objects.

ACCIDENTAL DEATH AND : An insurance policy that pays when the insured person dies. This is a death due to accident or incapacitating injury.

ACCIDENTAL DEATH : Any death that is due to an accident and not from any natural causes. It is an unexpected and not anticipated death.

ACCIDENT YEAR STATIS : The record of losses due to insurance claims as well as its premiums in a year. The premiums are there to pay claims.

ACCESSORY OBLIGATION : An additional requirement to fulfill an obligation. It expires at the end of the obligation and is the opposite of principal obligation.

ACCIDENT BOOK : A book where employees record any injury no matter how small or big that occur on site or off site.

ACCIDENT AND SICKNES : Acceptable guidelines for health insurance and accident insurance in Canada. AKA uniform accident and sickness act.

ACCIDENTAL KILLING : Any death that comes about from a lawful act that is done on the assumption that no harm will result. Involuntary manslaughter results from an unlawful act.

ACCOUNT HISTORY : The statement on an account over a period of time.

ACCOUNTABLE DOCUMENT : An official document with value that must be accounted for.

ADVANCE AGAINST COLL : A bank loan that is short term given to an exporter or seller. It is paid when the buyer pays for the shipment. The bank can take their money out at that point. If this does not occur the seller is responsible to pay.

ACCOUNTABLE : This party is assigned responsibilities and is in charge of the account in question.

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