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mortgageable

[ˈmɔːgədʒəbl] ADJhipotecable
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The title is recordable and the interest is mortgageable. (8) The 1983 edition of The Appraisal of Real Estate said only the following about the appropriate method for the valuation of timeshare interests:
You may have to hunt round the auction rooms but if the property is mortgageable it could be the key to your own home.
He said in order for it to become mortgageable again, he needs to secure a 10-year guarantee from Network Rail that it will treat the weed.
The properties are improved to a mortgageable standard and then sold at a 25% discount.
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While the perfection requirement of a registered mortgage (or its equivalent) under PRC law is very similar to that under UAE law, the scope of mortgageable properties is more extensive, as registered mortgages can also be granted over machinery, raw materials, semi-finished products and finished products, as well as ships and aircrafts under construction.