Meaning of Provisions

What are Provisions:

Provisions is to prevent or gather things necessary for a purpose. It is also known as the action and effect of providing.

In countries that suffer from natural disasters or political problems, for example, we can say that individuals have food and medicine supplies in their homes.

Provision can also refer to the willingness to achieve one thing as, for example, without the provision of electricity we will not be able to get home.

The provision is also known as the savings that an individual makes for any eventuality that may arise to cover expenses and obligations.

In the field of law, provision is a resolution or sentence handed down by a judge or a court. On the other hand, provision is the holding in the hands of the payer the value of a letter, check, etc.

Formerly, there was the Royal Provision in the Kingdom of Castile. It was an administrative legal provision issued and signed by the king, or failing that, by the Council of Castile, Military Orders or Chancelleries, in order to regulate matters and matters of public interest.

The synonyms for provisions are: rations, supplies, supplies, inputs, pantries and assortments.

See also Supplies.

Antonyms or the opposite of provision is: scarcity, penury, lack and misery.

Provisions in English is provisions for example, "We need to keep provisions at home before the hurricane arrives", Which translates to" We must keep supplies at home before the hurricane hits. "

Accounting provisions

In accounting, provision is the amount withdrawn or set aside from gross profits to satisfy an obligation.

In business administration, provisions are necessary to foresee extra expenses for eventualities or acquired obligations that cannot be canceled with ordinary assets.As, for example, the case of the payment of fines, taxes or repairs.

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