Rescheduling of Debt


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Rescheduling of Debt

The extension of the repayment period of a loan. Rescheduled loans are most common when the borrower informs the lender that he/she will be unable to repay the loan in time, or when the borrower cannot afford payments. Because a default would hurt both the borrower and the lender, the lender often works with the borrower through options, such as rescheduling the repayment.
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