cancellation law

cancellation law

[kan·sə′lā·shən ‚lȯ]
(mathematics)
A rule which allows formal division by common factors in equal products, even in systems which have no division, as integral domains; ab = ac implies that b = c.
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5640 contains provisions that clarify the private mortgage insurance (PMI) cancellation law regarding treatment of PMI termination and cancellation rights for adjustable-rate mortgages, balloon mortgages and modified loans.
A section of the site on canceling mortgage insurance once it is no longer needed explains how a new federal cancellation law works.
According to IIABNY, its 2008 "sweeping legislative victories" included a coastal package that made the New York Property Insurance Underwriting Association permanent, the return to flexible rating for automobile insurance, and reforms to the state's late notice of cancellation law.