Results for: Hypothecate

What is hypothecation?

Hypothecation is where a borrower pledges collateral to secure a debt. The borrower retains ownership of the collateral, but is hypothetcally controlled by a creditor that has (MORE)

What is hypothecate?

Its a verb. Hypothecate - Pledge without delivery or tittle of possession. Gives a guarantee; "I pledge my Honor".. Or - To believe especially on uncertain or tentative groun (MORE)

What is difference between mortgage and hypothecation?

Hypothecation is to pledge personal property, or a ship, as security for a debt without transferring possession or title. A mortgage is a loan secured by real property. A p (MORE)
In Loans

What is the difference between mortgage and pledge and Hypothecation?

MORTGAGE: mortgage as "the transfer of interest in specific immovable property for the purpose of securing the payment of money, advanced or to be advanced by way of loan, an (MORE)
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Difference between pari passu and hypothecation?

Hypothecation is a kind of non-possessory security interest created normally in favour of a lender for securing the obligation of the person who has availed any financial assi (MORE)
In Liens

What is lien and hypothecation?

Hypothecation is the practice of a borrower pledging an asset as collateral for a loan while retaining ownership of the assets and enjoying the benefits therefrom. The lender (MORE)

What is the difference between hire hypothecation and hire purchase?

Hire purcase is somthing to similar to instalment purcase through intermideary oa lender the ownershpi passes on it the byer no only after paying all the dues and installment (MORE)