hypothecary


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hypothecary

(hɪˈpɒθɪkərɪ; haɪˈpɒθɪkərɪ)
adj
relating to a hypothec or secured debt
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Under the Protection of Residential Mortgage or Hypothecary Insurance Act, which came into effect on January 1, 2013, the minimum capital ratio of mortgage insurers is 175 percent of the Minimum Capital Test (MCT).
i) where the property is a share, bond, debenture, note, certificate, mortgage, hypothecary claim, agreement of sale or similar property, or interest, or for civil law a right, in it, the property is in whole or in part redeemed, acquired or cancelled,
166) The special status reserved by the law for immovables has already been diluted through the extension to movables of, for example, hypothecary rights, (167) so why not continue the progression?
Bush (2001-2009) has concluded plunged in local problems --the rise in the price of the fuels, hypothecary crises, controversies with the funds destined for medical services, the managing of New Orleans's catastrophe in 2005, etc.
For example, let us analyse the already considered hypothecary market, consisting of four criterion bearers.
I even visited the local hypothecary to see if he sold Just For Old Men Sexy Silver Fox.
Afterward, an action in court must be taken against the owner, or a prior notice of the exercise of a hypothecary right must be served on the debtor and the owner and be published at the Office of Publication for such right, within 6 months after the end of the work.
On July 18, 2005 the REIT put in place a hypothecary loan of $18,000 on an industrial property located at 2000 Halpern, St.
the new debtor) promises to reimburse the vendor's hypothecary loan to a bank, and the purchase price for the immovable is reduced accordingly.