pass-through


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pass-through

1. An opening in a partition for passing things from one adjoining space to another, usually between a kitchen and a dining space in a dwelling, but also between any two spaces in a building.
2. A provision in a lease that makes the tenant, rather than the owner, directly responsible for certain costs.
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5 million multi-class mortgage pass-through certificates, series 1992K, class A are rated 'AAA' by Fitch.
27, 2002-- Standard & Poor's Ratings Services today affirmed its ratings on 21 classes of mortgage pass-through certificates issued by FNT Trust Series 2000-1 (2000-1) and FNT Series 2000-2 (2000-2) (see list).
July 15, 2002--Standard & Poor's today placed its ratings on five classes of Opryland Hotel Trust's commercial mortgage pass-through certificates series 2001-OPRY on CreditWatch with negative implications.
s $362 million multi-class mortgage pass-through certificates, series 1992E, class A are rated 'AAA' by Fitch.