Definition : Unforseen events fund

Fund dedicated to unexpected expenses of any kind, such as an urgent repair. It is the result of an accounting management process consisting of isolating a certain amount of money which may be deposited in a separate bank account. Unlike the contingency fund, the unforeseen events fund is not mandatory in the strict legal sense.

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