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Partial Release

A provision in some mortgages allowing part of the collateral (which, in this case, is the property underlying the mortgage) to be released under certain stated circumstances. For example, once the property owner has repaid a given percentage of the principal, part of the property may be released from the collateral under a partial release provision.

partial release

A mortgage lender's release of its lien from only some portion of the land mortgaged. Usually encountered in subdivision development.The lender and the developer will have a prearranged ratio for division of proceeds from the sale of each parcel.

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Department of Defense Chief FOIA Officer's Report to the Department of Justice Highlights FY 2013 FY 2014 Requests processed 67,679 59,321 Requests granted in full 24,368 20,888 Partial release 15,396 13,577 Program costs (including litigation) $83,461,793 $83,081,035 Fees collected from requesters $769,096 $545,414 Requests denied 5,183 3,267 Note: For requests denied Exemptions 6 & 7(c) were the most common exemptions.
For the most recent period, the major items (all after taxes) consist of $114 million in cost transformation, $68 million in acquisition-related amortization, a $49 million LIFO charge, a $12 million loss on the sale of a business, and a $19 million tax adjustment, all more than offset by a $320 million increase in the fair market value of stock warrants and a $129 million partial release of a capital loss valuation allowance.
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A partial release of lien given where no further work is performed after the date of the partial release turns out to be a final release and a final release given when further work is performed thereafter may not be a final release.
Also, banks posted additional provisions on forex assets in 3Q11, due to the weaker ruble and may benefit from the partial release of provisions as the ruble begins to strengthen.
If this happens, the FTB may be able to assist the taxpayer with a Partial Release of Lien.

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