impound

[v] - take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority 2. [v] - place or shut up in a pound
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Impound

• (v. t.) To shut up or place in an inclosure called a pound; hence, to hold in the custody of a court; as, to impound stray cattle; to impound a document for safe keeping.
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impound

attach verb take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority; `The FBI seized the drugs`; `The customs agents impounded the illegal shipment`; `The police confiscated the stolen artwork`
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Impound

Im·pound' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Impounded ; present participle & verbal noun Impounding .] To shut up or place in an inclosure called a pound ; hence, to hold in the custody of a court; as, to impound
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Impound

In a criminal proceeding, when the court or police take possession of personal property. The property may be returned to the owner at the end of the proceeding or it may be forfeited to the state (for example, in the case of illegal drugs).
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Impound

It refers to collection of the money as an installments for the repayment of the loan along with some extra funds to pay the property tax and the insurance of the property against which the borrower has borrowed the money This helps the lender meet the expenses of paying the insurance and taxes incase he/she has to sell the property on account of n...
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Impound

To seize and hold property, funds, etc., in custody (typically by a state-empowered authority), often during legal dispute
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