Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • holdbacks — n. restraint; hindrance, obstacle …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Statutory holdback — or Contract holdback is the legal requirement found in most common law jurisdictions contract law that requires an owner engaging a contractor to hold a particular percentage of payment for a stipulated length of time. This is done to ensure that …   Wikipedia

  • Holdback — In criminal investigations, a holdback is a piece of information about a crime which is known to police but not released to the public. The purpose of a holdback is to help police recognize false confessions. Common holdbacks include specific… …   Wikipedia

  • retentions — Portions of contracts that are not paid until all contract provisions are satisfied. Sometimes called holdbacks. American Banker Glossary …   Financial and business terms

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