A Fixed Cost is the cost that is unchanged but comes up periodically. The output and revenue do not affect it. It could be depreciation, insurance, interest, rent, salary, and wages.
Fixed Costs are costs in civil cases that are established at a level and can be claimed in specific circumstances.
Fixed Liabilities applies to the known debts and obligations of a business.
Fixed Rate – interest that doesn’t change over the loan life.
A Fixed Term Tenancy is when a tenancy expires at the end of the lease. A new landlord does not change this.
A Fixture is sn item of personal property that is physically attached to a property and becomes part of it, as a machine that is installed. Generally fixtures cannot be removed at the end of a tenancy or rental agreement.
A Flat Loan is a loan provided without interest, generally used by investors who borrow money for a short sale to give to lenders as collateral. This is also common when family members and friends loan money between one another.
Flexible Working is a way of working that suits an employee’s needs, eg having flexible start and finish times, or working from home. All employees have the legal right to request flexible working.
Footnotes are annotations that are used for amendments where there is authority to change the text.
Force Majeure are unforeseeable circumstances that prevent someone from fulfilling a contract.