Definition of Mortgagor. Meaning of Mortgagor. Synonyms of Mortgagor

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Definition of Mortgagor

Mortgagor
Mortgageor Mort"gage*or, Mortgagor Mort"ga*gor, n. (Law) One who gives a mortgage. Note: The letter e is required analogically after the second g in order to soften it; but the spelling mortgagor is in fact the prevailing form. When the word is contradistinguished from mortgagee it is accented on the last syllable (?).

Meaning of Mortgagor from wikipedia

- of property involves the following parties. The borrower, known as the mortgagor, gives the mortgage to the lender, known as the mortgagee. A mortgage...
- right of a mortgagor in law to redeem his or her property once the debt secured by the mortgage has been discharged. Historically, a mortgagor (the borrower)...
- (mortgagee), or other lienholder, obtains a termination of a mortgage borrower (mortgagor)'s equitable right of redemption, either by court order or by operation...
- obtains a court order for possession of a property, prior to exercising the mortgagor's equitable right of redemption. Usually a lender obtains a security interest...
- Moratorium – Mores – Morganatic marriage – Mortgage law – Mortgagee – Mortgagor – Motion – Motion for a summary judgment – Motion for more definite statement –...
- Typically with a bank, the lender/mortgagee gives money to the borrower/mortgagor, who uses their property/land/home as security (essentially a re****urance)...
- two existing mortgages, a first mortgage and a second mortgage, and the mortgagor intends to refinance the first mortgage. If the holder of the second mortgage...
- the contract agreed to by the lender and borrower (i.e. mortgagee and mortgagor in mortgage states; Trustee and Trustor in Trust Deed states). In general...
- v. Egan 15 La. Ann. 97, 98 (1860). In considering whether to give the mortgagor money damages or restore the property itself, the court said in regard...
- value. The mortgagee is free (in his own interest as well as that of the mortgagor) to investigate whether and how he can "unlock" the potential for an increase...
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