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borrow

verb accept the loan of, apply for a loan, ask for credit, get on credit, get temporary use of, mutuari, obbain a mortgage, obtain the use of, take an advance, take on credit, take on loan
Associated concepts: borrowed capital, borrowed employees, borrowed servant, borrowing statute
Foreign phrases: In satisfactionibus non permittitur amplius fieri quam semel factum est.In settlements more must not be received than was received once for all.
See also: adopt, appropriate, copy
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3 million were paid under claims to 3,026 borrowers while in Balochistan 301 borrowers were paid claims of Rs 6.
With significant input from our client base, Borrowers Viewpoint v3.
Have your borrower update their personal and corporate financial statements annually and get copies of their tax returns yearly.
Borrowers are spread among a host of diverse industries.
Each situation would apply for borrowers who are in a position where they need to minimize their monthly payments.
For instance, Chase Home Finance, a division of JP Morgan Chase Bank, recently announced a $500 billion commitment to finance low-to-moderate income, minority borrowers through 2010.
This schizophrenic approach pushes the IRS and issuers/conduit borrowers to resolve any differences on the taxability of the bonds no later than Appeals.
While the regular checkout time is three weeks, home borrowers can keep materials for four.
For example, the FHA backed about one-third of the dollar amount of mortgages extended in 1995 to lower-income borrowers but assumed nearly two-thirds of the credit risk associated with lending to that group.
It's important to understand that, in addition to their intrinsic value, low interest rates also give borrowers the chance to improve all other terms and conditions of refinancing.
Beginning in 1975, the Brazilian government rebated to Brazilian borrowers most of the withholding taxes imposed on interest paid to foreign lenders.
this spring, the House passed a bill that would sweeten the deal for the telephone borrowers with some new rules that would seem outrageous.