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hardships, plural;
  1. Severe suffering or privation
    • - intolerable levels of hardship
    • - the shared hardships of wartime

  1. adversity: a state of misfortune or affliction; "debt-ridden farmers struggling with adversity"; "a life of hardship"
  2. asperity: something hard to endure; "the asperity of northern winters"
  3. something that causes or entails suffering; "I cannot think it a hardship that more indulgence is allowed to men than to women"- James Boswell; "the many hardships of frontier life"
  4. (Hardships!) Hardships! is an album by Jenny Wilson, released in 2009.
  5. Difficulty or trouble; hard times
  6. (Hardships) shall mean, but are not limited to, serious illness, disability, transfer of employment or other good cause shown.
  7. Oxford Dictionary – hardness of fate or circumstance; severe suffering or privation.
  8. A “hardship” exist when there is a significant change in your family income and net worth from the previous calendar year to the present year. You could have been working in the previous year and due to a recent disability are no longer able to work. ...
  9. A period of financial difficulty during which the lender allows the borrower to delay repayment or decrease monthly payments.
  10. A hardship is a material change in the financial situation of a homeowner that will affect their ability to pay their mortgage.
  11. A difficult or adverse situation for a tenant household (for example, loss of a family member).
  12. The inability of a parent to support his or her children because of financial distress
  13. means a unique or otherwise special existing condition that is not addressed by the ordinance.
  14. Any material changes in your finances from the time you take out a mortgage to the present that cause you to not be able to afford your mortgage payment.
  15. Rent increase provisions under rent control and rent stabilization that allow an owner to apply for an additional rental increase to enable the owner to either meet a property’s cash flow requirements or to receive a minimum net financial return. ...
  16. This is an explanation as to why you are having financial trouble.