recourse

  1. act of turning to for assistance
  2. something or someone turned to for assistance or security

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Recourse

• (v. i.) To return; to recur. • (v. i.) To have recourse; to resort. • (n.) A coursing back, or coursing again, along the line of a previous coursing; renewed course; return; retreat; recurence. • (n.) Recurrence in difficulty, perplexity, need, or the like; access or application for aid; resort. • (n.) Access; admittance....
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Recourse

(n) Recourse is the option, remedy or right a person holding a cheque, bill of exchange, Demand note, promissory note or other financial instruments have on the issuer of such instruments, to demand payment against such documents
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recourse

1. A coursing back, or coursing again, along the line of a previous coursing; renewed course; return; retreat; recurence. 'Swift recourse of flushing blood.' 'Unto my first I will have my recourse.' (Chaucer) 'Preventive physic . . . Preventeth sickness in the healthy, or the recourse thereof in the valetudinary.' (Sir T. Browne) ... 2. Recurrence ...
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recourse

resort noun act of turning to for assistance; `have recourse to the courts`; `an appeal to his uncle was his last resort`
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Recourse

Re·course' intransitive verb 1. To return; to recur. [ Obsolete] « The flame departing and recoursing Foxe. 2. To have recourse; to resort. [ Obsolete] Bp. Hacket.
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Recourse

Re·course' noun [ French recours , Latin recursus a running back, return, from recurrere , recursum , to run back. See Recur .] 1. A coursing back, or coursing again, along the line of a previous coursing; renewed course; return; retreat; recurence. [ Obsole...
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Recourse

Is the Right to claim against a prior owner of property or note.
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recourse

n. the right to demand payment to the writer of a check or bill of exchange.
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Recourse

Refers to the right, in an agreement, to demand payment from the person who is taking on an obligati
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Recourse

Refers to the right, in an agreement, to demand payment from the person who is taking on an obligation. A full recourse loan refers to the right of the lender to take any assets of the borrower if repayment is not made. A limited recourse loan only allows the lender to take assets named in the loan agreement. A non-recourse loan limits the lender's...
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recourse

something or someone turned to for assistance or security
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recourse

something or someone turned to for assistance or security
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Recourse

Term describing a type of loan. If a loan is with recourse, the lender has a the ability has the ability to fall back to the guarantor of the loan if the borrower fails to pay. For example, Bank A has a loan with Company X. Bank A sells the loan to Bank B with recourse. If Company X defaults, Bank B can demand Bank A fulfill the loan obligation.
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Recourse

Term describing a type of loan. If a loan is with recourse, the lender has a general claim against the parent company if the collateral is insufficient to repay the debt.
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Recourse

Term describing a type of loan. If a loan is with recourse, the lender has a general claim against t
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Recourse

The right of the holder of a note secured by a mortgage or deed of trust to look personally to the borrower or endorser for payment.
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Recourse

The right to demand payment to the writer of a check or bill of exchange.
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Recourse

The right to seek payment on a discounted note from the payee if the maker defaults.
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recourse

[n] - something or someone turned to for assistance or security 2. [n] - act of turning to for assistance
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