Subordination

(n) Subordination is the acceptance of new charges, claims or mortgages on a property held by the lender in priority to the claim, charge or mortgage held by him on that property. On subordination the first lender looses his priority on the property and is eligible for the residuary rights in the event the property is attached to recover the new cl...
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subordination

[n] - the state of being subordinate to something 2. [n] - the grammatical relation of a modifying word or phrase to its head 3. [n] - the quality of obedient submissiveness
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Subordination

• (n.) The act of subordinating, placing in a lower order, or subjecting. • (n.) The quality or state of being subordinate or inferior to an other; inferiority of rank or dignity; subjection. • (n.) Place of inferior rank.
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subordination

noun the quality of obedient submissiveness
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Subordination

[finance] Subordination in banking and finance refers to the order of priorities in claims for ownership or interest in various assets. ==United States law== ===Subordination of debt=== Subordination is the process by which a creditor is placed in a lower priority for the collection of its debt from its debtor`s assets than the priority the...
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Subordination

[horse] Subordination (foaled May 24, 1994) is an American millionaire Thoroughbred racehorse who won major Graded stakes races in 1997 and 1998. Owned by Seth Klarman`s Klaravich Stables and trained by Gary Sciacca, Subordination won on both dirt and turf racing surfaces. Retired to stud, Subordination stands in at Montana Ranch in Uruguay...
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Subordination

[linguistics] In linguistics, subordination (abbreviated variously {sc|subord}, {sc|sbrd}, {sc|subr} or {sc|sr}) is a principle of the hierarchical organization of linguistic units. While the principle is applicable in semantics, syntax, morphology, and phonology, most work in linguistics employs the term `subordination` in the context of s...
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Subordination

Sub·or`di·na'tion noun [ Confer French subordination .] 1. The act of subordinating, placing in a lower order, or subjecting. 2. The quality or state of being subordinate or inferior to an other; inferiority of rank or dignity; subjection. « Natural creature having a loca...
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subordination

A general reference to a relationship of dependence between two elements, units or phrases, for instance, a subordinate clause is one which is dependent on a main clause which it usually follows He said that she was tired.
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subordination

If you are refinancing your first mortgage and have an existing second or home equity line, one option is to "subordinate" the second mortgage: request that your second mortgage holder go back into the second lien position when you replace your existing first mortgage with the new refinance loan.
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subordination

n. allowing a debt or claim which has priority to take second position behind another debt, particularly a new loan. A property owner with a loan secured by the property who applies for another loan to make additions or repairs usually must get a subordination of the original loan so the new obligation is in first place. A declaration of homestead ...
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Subordination

The process by which a creditor holding a priority debt agrees to accept a lower priority for the collection of its debt in a deference to a new debt. (See also: subordination agreement)
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