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Mortgage Law
« on: September 21, 2007, 09:37:11 AM »
Mortgage Law Overview   
 
A mortgage provides an interest in land as security for a loan or other obligation. It is the most common method of financing real estate transactions. The mortgagor is the party transferring the interest in land. The mortgagee, usually a financial institution, is the provider of the loan or other interest given in exchange for the security interest.

Mortgages can be quite complex. Be sure that you fully understand all of the conditions prior to signing any documents. Contact a Real Estate Lawyer for a complete mortgage law overview.

Normally, a mortgage is paid in installments that include both interest and a payment on the principle amount that was borrowed. Failure to make payments results in the foreclosure of the mortgage. Foreclosure allows the mortgagee to declare that the entire mortgage debt is due and must be paid immediately. This is accomplished through an acceleration clause in the mortgage. Failure to pay the mortgage debt once foreclosure of the land occurs leads to seizure of the security interest and it's sale to pay for any remaining mortgage debt.
 
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