Acceleration clause

 

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Acceleration clause

A contract stating that the unpaid balance becomes due and payable if specific actions transpire, such as failure to make interests payments on time.

Acceleration Clause

Clause used in an installment note and mortgage (or deed of trust), which gives the lender the right to demand payment in full upon the happening of a certain event, such as failure to pay an installment by a certain date, change of ownership without the lender's consent, destruction of the property, or other event which endangers the security of the loan.

Acceleration clause

A provision that gives the lender the right to collect the balance of a loan if a borrower misses a payment.



Acceleration clause



 
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