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Recourse

Term describing a type of loan. If a loan is with recourse, the lender has a general claim against the parent company if the collateral is insufficient to repay the debt.



Recourse

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Nonrecourse

Nonrecourse

In the case of default, the lender has ability to claim assets over and above what the limited partners contributed.


Without Recourse Financing

Without Recourse Financing

Financing in which the right of recourse to the party receiving funds is forfeited to the party advancing funds. This may be evidenced by conditions added to the endorsement of a draft being sold by an exporter in order to protect the exporter, if the instrument is not paid at maturity by the original obligor.


Without Recourse

Without Recourse

A finance term. A mortgage or deed of trust securing a note without recourse allows the lender to look only to the security (property) for repayment in the event of default, and not personally to the borrower.


Nonrecourse Loan

Nonrecourse Loan

A loan not allowing for a deficiency judgment. The lender's only recourse in the event of default is the security (property) and the borrower is not personally liable.


Without recourse

Without recourse

Giving the lender no right to seek payment or seize assets in the event of nonpayment from anyone other than the party specified in the debt contract (such as a special-purpose entity).


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