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Thirdly, the obligation needs to be a present obligation that exists as a result of past event. Hence, any contingent amounts will only be recognised from the date management believes that the performance conditions WILL BE MET.
professor this relates to Q3) March 2020 regarding contingent payments to player.
professor an obligation to pay should only arise once the the performance conditions HAVE BEEN MET, isnt it so?
How can there be a present obligation until the performance conditions have been met?
An obligation may be met on signing the contract. I am hoping you have watched my debrief.
Please keep it simple in the exam. They are assessing whether you can communicate with directors not academics.