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mortgage lien

A charge against property as security for the payment of a loan.
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The MLR is a credit-based lien position product that gives lenders a view of the borrower's secured mortgage liens and public record information such as reported judgments and filed tax liens.
Four separate groups of mortgage loans, totaling approximately 51% of the pool's unpaid principal balance, are cross-collateralized through the use of subordinate mortgage liens.
The certificates evidence beneficial ownership interests in a trust, consisting of first mortgage liens on 24 properties.
The Wisconsin Trade Center Office Properties loan is secured by two cross-collateralized and cross-defaulted first mortgage liens on the fee simple interest in three office properties located in Madison, WI.
375 percent, payable monthly, with a stated maturity date of May 1, 1999, and are secured by first mortgage liens on the properties owned by the subsidiaries.
These notes are secured by second mortgage liens on eleven skilled nursing facilities located in Florida.
The mortgage loan is secured by first priority mortgage liens on nineteen mortgaged properties in nine states and eleven MSA's.
The certificates are secured by first priority perfected mortgage liens on 15 office buildings, data centers and operation centers including two parking garages.
Four separate groups of mortgage loans, totaling 45% of the pool, are cross-collateralized through the use of subordinate mortgage liens.
Originally rated in October 2000, the certificates are secured by cross-collateralized first mortgage liens on 75 industrial properties containing 14.
Pursuant to the proposed financing arrangement, Kidder was to provide to the Trust a financing of up to $30,000,000 secured by first mortgage liens on the Trust's properties.
The mortgage loans are secured primarily by mortgages representing first priority mortgage liens on multifamily properties located in 15 states.