Equity implies giving as much advantage, consideration, or latitude to one party as it is given to another. Along with economy, effectiveness, and efficiency, Equity is essential for ensuring that extent and costs of funds, goods and services are fairly divided among their recipients. See also equitable.
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Without the proper amount of equity, the loan officer would not approve the loan the couple was trying to get for improvements to their house.
The firm is losing equity very quickly, with projections for the future showing the equity to have a very grim future.
It is important to treat all students with equity; it is moral unacceptable to allow favorite students to get away with things while less-liked pupils are punished.