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  • adj. Not common (to several cases etc.); distinct.


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non- +‎ common


  • And with noncommon equity forms of capital such as deferred tax assets and minority interests being only gradually phased out, even banks that fall below that should be able to reach the target largely through retained earnings rather than raising equity.

    Basel Opts for Paradise Postponed

  • In North Carolina, instead of writs of error, writs of certiorari were used—a form of review which in England was confined to review of noncommon-law courts.93 In Connecticut the writ of error reviewed decisions in equity, usurping the place of the appeal.

    A History of American Law

  • With several exceptions, all new noncommon Tier 1 and Tier 2 securities issued by international banks must include provisions starting in 2013 to include the option of either being written off or converted into common equity.

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