モーゲージ, 抵当, 寄託, 引き当て, 抵当権
Noun(1) a conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan
Verb(1) put up as security or collateral
(1) The piece of paper that documents this pledge is usually called a mortgage or a deed of trust.(2) Now she is worried about her mortgage , which will soon have to be renewed, as doubts grow over the direction of interest rates.(3) Inspections are a form of appeasement - they will buy a little time, but ultimately they mortgage our future to a dictator.(4) Mrs Smyth had agreed to mortgage the 124-acre family farm in CoTipperary, and had signed a consent form under the 1976 act.(5) A Your job history and how well you have repaid past debts are important factors in whether you'll qualify for a mortgage .(6) If you have personal debt, such as a line of credit used for investment purchases, consider converting this debt into a personal mortgage on real estate.(7) Our new mortgage will be for 15 years rather than 25 because I would like to pay it off as soon as I can.(8) Our guide through the mortgage maze will help house-hunters identify the right product for their needs.(9) Last month the building society launched a mortgage with an interest rate capped at 4.99% until May 2009.(10) There is no question that there was a proper mortgage under the Real Property Act, but then it is said it was not proved that the consent of the mortgagee was given to that lease.(11) It can accordingly be the subject of a charge or mortgage , effected by means of an assignment.(12) A transaction for which land transfer tax is payable includes a final order of foreclosure under any mortgage or charge affecting land.(13) They were required to mortgage their property to insure against the need to pay compensation for damage done by robbers.(14) Additional finance was to be raised by a mortgage with the Yorkshire Bank.(15) I am terrified that signing a mortgage will make me sacrifice my time to pay for a shell to house my life.(16) It had won its case in 1994, when a French court decided that Windsor had signed a mortgage deed.
(1) mortgage loan :: 住宅ローン
1. mortgage ::
2. pledge ::
3. bond ::
4. fetter ::
5. pawn ::
6. gage ::
7. hypothecate ::
Different Formsmortgage, mortgaged, mortgages, mortgaging
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