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Verb(1) keep from happening or arising; make impossible(2) subject to foreclosing procedures; take away the right of mortgagors to redeem their mortgage
(1) He is broke, and, unless he can find a way to make his mortgage payment, the bank will foreclose on his house.(2) They tried to blow her up, to burn her out, to foreclose on her mortgage.(3) When the drought hit and Sally Field had no crops and no income, the bank had to foreclose on her farm.(4) To make matters worse, the bank was going to foreclose on my farm, and had just repossessed all my piglets.(5) It was not Alvin's intention to foreclose the possibility of his children ever buying a home of their own in their lifetimes.(6) In fact, the effect of transparency produced by indexical pointing will effectively foreclose the interrogation that is called for.(7) Brooksville, Florida proposes to foreclose homes and seize cars over less than $20 in parking tickets.(8) Some banks try not to foreclose on farms because some owe so much money and if they foreclose on the farm the amount of money they get back is nowhere near as much as what they lent to the client.(9) the bank was threatening to foreclose on his mortgage(10) When this happens, there is a huge incentive to just let the mortgage holder foreclose on the home.(11) The next thing I knew our mortgage company was about to foreclose on our house.(12) First, she reiterates the way that Eurocentered and macho cultural critique is structured in such a way as to foreclose representation of counterhegemonic acts.(13) This is not a case where the mortgagee is attempting to foreclose or sell the property but seeks merely to be in possession for the purpose of collecting the rents and applying them to the amounts due under the mortgage.(14) If you and I spend endlessly, the bank will eventually foreclose on the mortgage.(15) A creditor holding a purchase money mortgage or deed of trust on residential property must foreclose on the property, and cannot recover any deficiency.(16) They were about to foreclose on the property; the government was not going to put any more money into the property.
(1) foreclose :: حبس الرهن
1. prevent ::
2. preclude ::
3. forbid ::
4. forestall ::
Different Formsforeclose, foreclosed, forecloses, foreclosing
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