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mortgage lien

A charge against property as security for the payment of a loan.
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The loan was provided by Column Financial Inc (an affiliate of Credit Suisse AG), JP Morgan and Wells Fargo and is collateralised by mortgage liens on the 38 continental US RVI assets, a pledge of the equity interests in the owners of the 12 RVI Puerto Rico assets, as well as a pledge of the cash flows from the 12 RVI Puerto Rico assets.
Tenders are invited for provide professional housing consulting agencies/organizations to provide technical assistance in connection with the administration of the olean homeownership assistance program funded, in part, by the nys housing trust fund corporation under the 2016-2017 nys home local program includes working with prospective home buyers to review and verify household income, determine homeownership affordability, home financing options, etc, complying with site specific environmental clearance procedures, coordinating loan closing and recording mortgage liens.
Bareboat and time charterer agreements are two extreme examples of quasi mortgage liens that entitle the owners of a ship with a direct claim over their vessel, its machinery, its equipment, its freight allowance and its cargo, ahead of other debtors.
As a general rule, the government and mortgage creditors come first over employees insofar as real properties on which there are tax or mortgage liens are concerned.
Title Insurance is a form of indemnity insurance that insures against financial loss from defects in title to real property and from the invalidity or unenforceability of mortgage liens.
SOURCE: CoreLogic used its public-record data as the source of the mortgage debt outstanding (MDO), and data include first mortgage liens and junior-mortgage liens in order to capture the true level of mortgage debt outstanding for each property.
The doctrine of equitable subrogation, particularly as applied to priority of mortgage liens, has long been a tool used by real property litigators seeking to rectify or mitigate priority issues caused by defectively executed or recorded mortgages.
Small businesses are able to use working capital provided by Swift Capital to renovate, purchase new equipment and supplies, fund advertising, manage unexpected expenses and seasonal downturns and free themselves from second mortgage liens and personal guarantees associated with traditional bank loans.
Glimcher also said that, as part of the modification, the company improved the current collateral pool securing the credit facility by granting first mortgage liens on three additional properties and contributing them to the collateral pool for the credit facility.
SOURCE: CoreLogic used its public record data as the source of the mortgage debt outstanding (MDO), and data include first mortgage liens and junior-mortgage liens in order to capture the true level of mortgage debt outstanding lor each property.
The assessments are senior to any mortgage liens on the properties and are paid pari passu with property taxes.