hypothecation

hypothecation
n. mortgaging, act of pledging as security (Law)hy脗路poth脗路e脗路ca脗路tion || ha脡陋芒鈧脡鈥樏幝该壜'ke脡陋脢茠n /-p脡鈥櫭幝-

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  • hypothecation 鈥 I noun collateral, contract of mortgage, contract of pledge, creation of a lien, guarantee, lien, mortgage, pledge, security associated concepts: hypothecated property II index charge (lien), cloud (incum 鈥   Law dictionary

  • Hypothecation 鈥 Hy*poth e*ca tion, n. [LL. hypothecatio.] 1. (Civ. Law) The act or contract by which property is hypothecated; a right which a creditor has in or to the property of his debtor, in virtue of which he may cause it to be sold and the price… 鈥   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hypothecation 鈥 See also hypothec. The original use of the word hypothecation was for a pledge of property as collateral for a debt without transfer of possession to the party making the loan. The arrangement is common with modern mortgages the borrower retains… 鈥   Wikipedia

  • hypothecation 鈥 A Roman law name for a pawn or pledge wherein the feigned pledge remained in the possession of the pledgor. 41 Am J1st Pldg & Col 搂 2. A contract whereby, without change of possession, specific property is designated as security for the payment… 鈥   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • hypothecation 鈥 (1) An archaic term for pledging that did not involve either possession or title transfer. (2) Any pledge of an asset as collateral for a debt. (An uncommon but correct usage.) (3) The pledge of marketable securities or deposits to secure a loan… 鈥   Financial and business terms

  • hypothecation 鈥 1) An authority given to a banker, usually as a letter of hypothecation, to enable the bank to sell goods that have been pledged to them as security for a loan. It applies when the bank is unable to obtain the goods themselves. The goods have… 鈥   Accounting dictionary

  • hypothecation 鈥 1) An authority given to a banker, usually as a letter of hypothecation, to enable the bank to sell goods that have been pledged (see pledge) to them as security for a loan. It applies when the bank is unable to obtain the goods themselves. The… 鈥   Big dictionary of business and management

  • hypothecation 鈥 h蓹虈藢p盲th蓹藞k膩sh蓹n, (藢)h墨藢 noun ( s) Etymology: Medieval Latin hypothecation , hypothecatio, from hypothecatus (past participle) + Latin ion , io ion 1. Roman, civil, & maritime law : the act or contract by which property (as real property) is… 鈥   Useful english dictionary

  • hypothecation 鈥 noun see hypothecate I 鈥   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hypothecation 鈥 See hypothecate. * * * 鈥   Universalium

  • hypothecation 鈥 noun a) The use of property, or an existing mortgage, as security for a loan, etc. b) A tax levied for a specific expenditure 鈥   Wiktionary


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