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Favoring one person or side over another; not impartial.

Partial

Used in the context of general equities. Trade whose size is only part of the total customer indicatio../../finance-glossary/order, usually made to avoid a compromise in price and also to get some business instead of losing the customers inquir../../finance-glossary/order to a competitor.



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Partial intestacy

Partial intestacy

A situation where a will does not cover the whole estate of a deceased person.


Partial compensation

Partial compensation

Incomplete payment for the delivery of goods to one party by buying back a certain amount of product from the same party.


Partial equilibrium

Partial equilibrium

Equality of supply and demand in only a subset of an economy's markets -- usually just one -- taking variables from other markets as given. Partial equilibrium models are appropriate for products that constitute only a negligibly small part of the economy. They are used routinely (not always appropriately) for analysis of trade policies in single industries. Contrasts with general equilibrium.


P Partial Release

P Partial Release

A release of a portion of property covered by a mortgage. A subdivider will obtain a partial release as each lot is sold, upon payment of an agreed upon amount. In areas where the subdivider is not usually the builder, it may be necessary to sell groups of lots to obtain a partial release. In areas where deeds of trust are used instead of mortgages, a "partial reconveyance" is the document used.




 
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