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Collateral

In the context of project financing, additional security pledged to support the project financing.

collateral

Assets pledged as security for a loan. In the event that a borrower defaults on the terms of a loan, the collateral may be sold, with the proceeds used to satisfy any remaining obligations. High-quality collateral reduces risk to the lender and results in a lower rate of interest on the loan.

Collateral.

Assets with monetary value, such as stock, bonds, or real estate, which are used to guarantee a loan, are considered collateral.

If the borrower defaults and fails to fulfill the terms of the loan agreement, the collateral, or some portion of it, may become the property of the lender.

For example, if you borrow money to buy a car, the car is the collateral. If you default, the lender can repossess the car and sell it to recover the amount you borrowed.

Loans guaranteed by collateral are also known as secured loans.

collateral

Security for a debt.

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(19) For that reason, many states have laws barring their courts from collaterally entertaining claims that were or could have been resolved at some prior phase of the criminal process.
(52) Due process rights to adequate representation and adequate notice are protected initially by the certifying court, not by "collateral second-guessing of those determinations." (53) In this view, class action judgments carry final preclusive effect, and class members are precluded from collaterally attacking a judgment in the absence of some demonstrated procedural defect.
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Either one could have gone off in Aberdeen's face, causing damage not just to the player involved but also, collaterally, to the team and its ambitions.
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The irony is that Jews are collaterally affected by bans on ritual slaughter and circumcision so they are opposed to such measures.
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Despite mounting public pressure, states continue to refuse to provide factual information about who has been targeted, under which policies, and with what out-come--including whether innocent civilians have been "collaterally" killed or injured.