State Function

Science / Chemistry / State Function: A property that depends only on the condition or 'state' of the system, and not on the path used to obtain the current conditions. Energy, enthalpy, temperature, volume, pressure, and temperature are examples of state functions; heat and work are examples of non-state functions.

Other Words for Function

Function Noun Synonyms: purpose, aim, role or r“le, raison d'ˆtre, responsibility, mission, charge, concern, business, province, duty, job, occupation, work, office, task, chore, assignment, commission, activity
MORE

Other Words for State

State Noun Synonyms: governmental, government, national, federal
State Adjective Synonyms: condition(s), circumstance(s), situation, state of affairs, status, shape, position
MORE

Reduction Certificate (Payoff Statement)

Business / Real Estate / Reduction Certificate (Payoff Statement): The document signed by a lender indicating the amount required to pay a loan balance in full and satisfy the debt, used in the settlement process to protect both the sellers and the buyers interests. MORE

Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Statement

Business / Real Estate / Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Statement: As required by California Civil Code Sections 1102-1102.14, a transferee (buyer) of residential real property is entitled to a statement from the transferor (seller) which provides information regardi MORE

Registration Statement

Business / Finance / Registration Statement: A legal document filed with the SEC to register securities for public offering that details the purpose of the proposed public offering. The statement outlines financial details, a history of the comp MORE

Reinstatement

Business / Finance / Reinstatement: The restoration of an insurance policy after it has lapsed for nonpayment of premiums. MORE

Remainder Estate

Business / Real Estate / Remainder Estate: A future interest in real estate created at the time and by the same instrument of the original estate, but limited its immediate authority upon the termination of the prior estate. For example, Hoe P MORE

Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)

Business / Real Estate / Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA): A federal law, enacted in 1974 and later revised, that ensures that the buyer and seller in a real estate transaction have knowledge of all settlement costs when the purchase of a one-to-four-family r MORE

Links
Home
Glossary
Thesaurus