Long-term liabilities, Auditing

Long-Term Liabilities

Long-term liabilities are generally evidenced through an agreement called a debenture. For this purpose, long-term loans are often called debentures. They may be secured through a fixed charge over a particular asset or secured through a floating charge on all the assets or they may be unsecured whether case they are called naked debentures. Protected liabilities are occasionally referred to as mortgage debentures.

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