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Such an arrangement makes it possible for patronage and capital investment to remain consistent, which reduces the significance of saying that there is subordination of capital.
xxxvii) The authors recognize that the subordination of women within the health care professions occurred because the ideology of inequality of the sexes was part of mainstream thought.
Of the remaining four, two included submissive wives, and two included wives who deeply resented their subordination to husbands.
Fred Kent claimed that Chase's mortgage as well as Selma Kent's subordination agreement should be invalidated on the theory that Chase's declaration that the work-out agreement was null and void amounted to a rescission of that agreement, with the result that the Chase mortgage and subordination agreement of Selma Kent would no longer have any legal effect.
In the past, landlords were in such a dominant position that most tenants (other than the strongest of anchor tenants) were forced to accept the standard subordination clause, and until recently most tenants did not think much about the possibility of a mortgage foreclosure on the shopping center.
50% subordination provided by classes M-1, M-2, M-3, M-4, M-5, M-6, and B, as well as initial overcollateralization (OC) and monthly excess interest.
70% subordination provided by classes M-8 through M-11, monthly excess interest and initial OC.
30% subordination of classes M-1 through M-8, class B, and target overcollateralization (OC) of 1.
25% subordination provided by classes M-1, M-2, M-3, M-4 and M-5, initial overcollateralization (OC), and monthly excess interest.
50% subordination provided by classes M-1 through M-7, B-1 and B-2, monthly excess interest, and overcollateralization (OC) starting at 0.
70% subordination provided by classes M-1 through M-12 certificates, monthly excess interest, and initial overcollateralization (OC) of 0.