It is February 2015 and Janix Corporation is preparing to issue financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2014. To prepare financial statements and related disclosures that are faithfully representative, Janix is reviewing the following events in 2014:
1. In August 2014, Maddux Incorporated filed a lawsuit against Janix for alleged patent infringement, claiming $1.3 million in damages. In the opinion of Janix's management and legal counsel, it is not likely that damages will be awarded to Maddux.
2. In January 2015, there was a significant decline in the fair value of Janix's FV-NI (fair value-net income) investments, resulting in an unrealized holding loss of$720,000.
3. In January 2015, a customer filed a lawsuit against Janix for alleged breach of contract related to services provided in 2014. The customer is seeking damages of $950,000. Janix’s; legal counsel believes that Janix will likely lose the lawsuit and have to pay between $850,000 and $950,000.
4. In August 2014, Janix signed a contract to purchase 200,000 inventory units in August 2015 for a price of $12 per unit. According to the supplier's price list at December 31, 2014, the price per inventory unit had decreased to $10 per unit.
5. At December 31, 2014, Janix has a $1.1-million demand loan outstanding. The terms of the demand loan restrict Janix payment of dividends to $2 per share.
6. On January 31, 2015, Janix issued 100,000 new common shares, raising $2 million in new capital. Janix prepares financial statements in accordance with IFRS.
For each item above, indicate whether the event relates to a provision, contingency, commitment, or subsequent event, and explain the appropriate accounting treatment. If no adjustment or disclosure is required, explain why.

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