security instrument

security instrument

A generic name for something that gives a creditor rights in property for the protection of a debt from the borrower.It may include a security agreement for personal property, or a mortgage or a deed of trust on real property.
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"This norm is a milestone that leads to a reconceptualization of nuclear weapons in international politics, delegitimizes them as a security instrument in the 21st century and fills a gap in international law, identified by the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice that it revealed that there was no instrument where the possession and use of nuclear weapons was expressly prohibited.
That security instrument is a process and part of it requires the federal government come in.
Moreover, Indian firms can list their debt securities directly on international exchanges through a security instrument known as 'Masala Bonds'.
You want to start with the great democracies, and NATO is the security instrument of transatlantic group of great democracies," one source told Reuters.
UN Peacekeeping brings a unique, universal legitimacy that is unmatched by any other international peace and security instrument. This with an annual budget that represents less than half of a percent of the total world military expenditure, UN Peacekeeping is not only indispensable it is simply put, good value.
The activity of military forces will fall within the scope of the ICAO aviation security instrument to the extent that such actions are not carried out in the exercise of official duties.
The obligation colloquially referred to as a "mortgage" is usually embodied in two separate instruments: a promissory note and a security instrument. (38) The promissory note is what creates the debt obligation, whereas the security instrument is what makes real property the collateral securing performance on the note.
The loan has been sold (and then quite likely resold and resold again) with other loans as a "security instrument." These bundies possibly go into the billions, as your home loan has been turned into a money-churning machine.
The results of the tests show that the formula is reliable, works well and can be applied to a multitude of different loan document types (i.e., Good Faith Estimate, note, Settlement Statement) security instrument, etc.).
The drafters go on, however, to state that the mortgage contains conditions under which the borrower may be required to make immediate payment--in other words, conditions that affect payment which are not contained in the note itself, "That Security Instrument describes how and under what conditions I may be required to make immediate payment in full of all amounts I owe under this Note."
The company's latest focus is to see if aircraft financing can be included in the Islamic Sukuk, or bond, market, based on a recent transaction in which an Islamic financier securitised a mortgage portfolio in the Sukuk market in tranches, similar to how aircraft investments are structured in the US using a security instrument known as the Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificate (EETC).- TradeArabia News Service
NATO has more to do in each category, but it is in action in key operations in the world, and it is the greatest security instrument of the transatlantic democratic community to deal with security challenges today and tomorrow.

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