- the legal proceedings initiated by a creditor to repossess the collateral for loan that is in default
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Where a mortgage lender (mortgagee) can apply to the High Court to force a borrower (mortgagor) to pay off their mortgage completely or have the lender seize and sell the property to in order to pay off the debt.
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In law, the transfer of title of a mortgaged property from the mortgagor (borrower, usually a home owner) to the mortgagee (loaner, for example a bank) if the mortgagor is in breach of the mortgage...
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Is a legal process where the lender takes back a property upon the default of the loan by a borrower. The lender sells the property keeping the proceeds to pay for the mortgage and legal costs and returns the balance, if there is any, to the borrower.
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The act or process of foreclosing; a proceeding which bars or extinguishes a mortgager's right of redeeming a mortgaged estate.
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the legal proceedings initiated by a creditor to repossess the collateral for loan that is in default
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Process by which the holder of a mortgage seizes the property of a homeowner who has not made interest and/or principal payments on time as stipulated in the mortgage contract.
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• (n.) The act or process of foreclosing; a proceeding which bars or extinguishes a mortgager`s right of redeeming a mortgaged estate.
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legal proceeding by which a mortgagor`s rights to a mortgaged property may be extinguished if the mortgagor (borrower) fails to live up to the ... [1 related articles]
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The legal process by which a lender acquires possession of the property securing a mortgage loan when the borrower defaults.
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Foreclosure (also known as `foreclusion`; forclusion) is the English translation of a term that the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan introduced into psychoanalysis to represent a defence mechanism which he considered central to the development of psychosis. The term has become something of a critical crux for the interrel
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a legal process in which mortgaged property is sold to pay the loan of the defaulting borrower. Foreclosure laws are based on the statutes of each state.
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- Seizure of COLLATERAL by a CREDITOR when DEFAULT under a loan agreement occurs.
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Foreclosure is the equitable proceeding in which a bank or other secured creditor sells or repossesses a parcel of real property (immovable property) due to the owner`s failure to comply with an agreement between the lender and borrower called a `mortgage` or `deed of trust`. Commonly, the violation of the mortgage is a default in payment of a prom
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The act by the mortgagee or trustee upon default in the payment of interest or principal of a mortgage of enforcing payment of the debt by selling the underlying security.
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When a borrower cannot repay a loan and the lender seeks to sell the property. The legal process by which the mortgagor's equitable or statutory right to redeem mortgaged property is terminated. The actual procedures vary from state to state.
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(n) Foreclosure is the closing of a liability, obligation, receivables etc by recovering the dues by other means like selling the lien , mortgages etc in his possession, before waiting the action or fulfillment from the debtor.
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Foreclosure is the legal right of a lender of money if the borrower fails to repay the money or part of it on the due date. The lender must apply to a court to be permitted to sell the property that has been held as security for the debt. The court will order a new date for payment in an order called a foreclosure nisi. If the borrower again fails
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In law, the transfer of title of a mortgaged property from the mortgagor (borrower, usually a home owner) to the mortgagee (loaner, for example a bank) if the mortgagor is in breach of the mortgage agreement, usually by failing to make a number of payments on the mortgage (loan). The mortgagor may keep or sell the mortgaged property, often by aucti
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A legal procedure whereby the lender eventually obtains ownership of the property after the borrower has defaulted on payments.
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the legal process by which a bank or lender sells a property after a borrower fails to meet the repayment terms of the loan.
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A proceeding in or out of court, to extinguish all rights, title, and interest, of the owner(s) of property in order to sell the property to satisfy a lien against it.
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A legal proceeding in which the default borrower is extinguished of all rights, title and interest on the underlying property.
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The legal process by which a borrower in default under a mortgage is deprived of his or her interest in the mortgaged property. This usually involves a forced sale of the property at public auction with the proceeds of the sale being applied to the mortgage debt.
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