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Prior Lien

A lien on an asset that has a stronger claim than other liens on the same asset. For example, the first mortgage on a house has a prior lien on the house, which takes precedent over the second and third mortgages. See also: Rule of Absolute Priority.
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3) Placement of prior liens on the properties securing the bonds was prevented by a negative pledge provision, although mergers were allowed, provided the security of the bondholders was not impaired [2].
9 million of 4% prior lien bonds, due in 1997; and $47.
The general rule for lenders bidding on property being sold at a sheriff's sale is that the foreclosing lender should bid up to an amount equal to the lesser of (1) the fair market value of the property (determined by a recent appraisal) or (2) the sum of (a) the amount of the lien in question plus (b) all prior liens to be divested by the sale plus (c) costs.
Of course, prior liens that are not divested by the sale must be taken into consideration for the purpose of computing fair market value.
The notes are special obligations of the authority secured by a senior lien on amounts to be received from the RMT and other new taxes authorized by the state legislature for the benefit of the MTA in 2009, as well as other operating subsidies and farebox revenues, subordinate to prior liens but senior to operations and maintenance.
7, 2010, farebox revenues (subject to the prior lien of transportation revenue bonds, rated 'A' with a Negative Outlook by Fitch) are deposited in the payment fund up to 75% of P&I, and if the amount in the payment fund is less than 100% of P&I on Dec.
Radian Lien Protection provides protection from a borrower's default for a broad range of losses, including losses due to undisclosed prior liens.
The student building fee pledge is net of debt service for two prior liens representing $1.
Pledged revenue for 1991 General Resolution debt consists of sales taxes, stock transfer taxes, and state per capita aid attributable to New York City, after payment of MAC operating costs and certain other prior liens on per capita aid.
In connection with this role as closing attorney, Abelson, Cohen & Scarpaci issued certificates of title with regard to these transactions and failed to make sure that prior liens on the property were discharged.
FPA's existing banks have subordinated their prior liens to the new bridge financing and extended other accommodations to FPA.

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