Mortgagee

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Mortgagee

The lender of a loan secured by property.

Mortgagee

A mortgage lender. A mortgagee is ordinarily a bank or savings and loan corporation.
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In turn, this service differentiation by mortgagees predictably encourages state legislatures to ratchet up their civil penalties to ensure preferential treatment of their own citizens--risking a "race to the bottom" in which penalty levels exceed those necessary to create the proper incentives for prompt title-clearing services.
The wife, without the consent of her husband or the mortgagee, also agreed to "an assignment of benefits agreement assigning 'any and all insurance rights, benefits, proceeds and any cause of action under any applicable insurance policies'" to the water restoration company.
Q: Has the doctrine of mortgagee in good faith been allowed as an acceptable defense?
But the Appeals Court said that the mortgagee was required to do more than abide by the statute.
There are no specific aircraft mortgage provisions in UAE aviation law, therefore under the Commercial Code the mortgagee must have possession over the aircraft.
the [c]ourt noted that the latter act's avowed object is to take from the mortgagee rights in the specific property held as security; and to that end to scale down the indebtedness to the present value of the property.
First, holding mortgagees responsible for registering and maintaining abandoned property places the liability of home preservation on the party that has more financial resources to preserve the abandoned property.
Mortgagee Letter 2015-01 implemented the reduction of FHA Annual Mortgage Insurance Premium (MIP) rates by 50 basis points (0.50%) for most Single Family Title II forward mortgages beginning January 26th.
Under these circumstances, if the tenant defaults under the ground lease, the tenant's lender (the "leasehold mortgagee") risks a complete loss of its collateral, since upon the landlord's resulting mination of the lease, the tenant's leasehold estate and the leasehold mortgagee's lien are "wiped out" and the improvements revert to the landlord on a free and clear basis.
The second mortgage to 4337 Investments Ltd remained unregistered, but the case proceeded on the basis that both mortgages, secured by innocent mortgagees from the registered (although fraudulent) holder of title, were registered.
Rightmove said that if people in this group came to buy a house, they faced either trying to pay off their mortgage in a shorter time or becoming an "OAP mortgagee" later in life.
Historically, state law has not uniformly treated equitable mortgagees vis-a-vis other competing creditors.