release clause

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Release clause

A mortgage provision that releases a pledged asset after a certain portion of the total payments has been made.

Release Clause

In some mortgages, a clause allowing part of the property that has been pledged to have its lien removed once the borrower has made a defined number of payments on the mortgage.

release clause

A mortgage clause that allows a partial release of some of the collateral when the borrower pays off a portion of the loan. Typically found in subdivision development mortgages, because the development lender must release its lien in order for the purchaser-homeowner to secure his or her own first mortgage financing.

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Of course, not all release clauses are made public.
And, more specifically, the subject of the release clause.
Di Matteo raged that release clauses should no longer be included in players' contracts after losing both Clark and Idrissa Gana before the close of the transfer window.
Clark wasn't in a hurry to end his 16-year association with the club but with a PS5 million release clause in his contract, offers were always likely to be forthcoming.
Premier League side wants Filipe Luis, Diego Godin and Diego Costa, and will meet the respective release clauses of the trio to get them, AS reported.
His exit will spark off big changes at Loftus Road should QPR go down - with a string of other signings getting ready to activate their release clauses.
With QPR looking a good bet for relegation, Remy is likely to activate the relegation release clause inserted in his deal when he became the London club's record signing in January.
We really want him to stay but this is football and there are such things as release clauses.
But Porto has the highest release clauses in the market so it is not easy for these talents to leave us.
The five-year non-recourse loan featured both fixed-rate and floating rate components, and provided for favorable release clauses and flexible amortization geared to the future sale of individual units.