Mortgage Acceleration Clause
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- fine print
- full payback clause
- motion to be paid
- provision requiring full payment
Definition of Mortgage Acceleration Clause
- A provision or clause in a loan agreement that allows a lender to demand full payment of the loan balance under certain circumstances. Such circumstances can include the sale of the property, loan default, or mortgage refinancing. This clause is not commonly used in Canada or by Canadian lenders.
Related Terms and Acronyms
- Acceleration Clause — Bank,
- A provision within a document that explains how the lender expects payment for a loan, in due haste.
- Debt Consolidation — Bank,
- The replacement of multiple loans with a single loan, often with a lower monthly payment and a longer repayment period. It's also called a consolidation loan. CanEquity has access to Canada's best debt consolidation products, for more info about debt consolidation see our debt consolidation page.
- Assumption Clause — Definition,
- A provision in a mortgage contract that allows a buyer to take responsibility for the loan from the seller.
- Default — Bank,
- When a borrower fails to fulfill the obligations of a loan or lease.
- Refinance — Bank,
- To arrange a new loan for an increased amount or better terms whereby the old loan is paid off from the proceeds of the new loan.
- Refinancing — Definition,
- The act of paying off one mortgage with another mortgage to take advantage of lower interest rates. Refinancing is also used to transform equity into cash for vacations, home improvements, or for consolidating debt.
- Power of Sale — Bank,
- The right of a mortgagee to force the sale of the property without judicial proceedings should default occur.