A creditor who hold security over a debtor's property eg: a mortgageâ€¢ Debts - for Creditorsâ€¢ Debts - for Debtors
A creditor holding a lien (secured claim) on property.
A person or organisation which has lent funds on the security of specific assets of the debtor. In the event that the debtor defaults on its obligation the secured creditor may be entitled to have the assets in question sold to recover the debt. (Opposite of Unsecured Creditor).
a creditor that has collateral for the loan
a creditor to whom you have either given one of your assets as collateral to obtain a loan or mortgage or you needed a loan or mortgage to obtain the asset
a lender or seller who has a secured or protected interest in the debtor's property
a person/company who usually has a security interest in collateral or property of the debtor
A creditor who has taken some measure to protect themselves and holds a mortgage, pledge, lien or similar instrument on, or against, your property. If they are not paid, they can enforce their claims by recovering the assets on which they hold security.
a creditor who has the right, on the debtor's default, to proceed against collateral and apply it to the payment of the debt.
A creditor holding a lien on property (i.e., judgment) or a debt that is secured with collateral.
A lender who is owed money by a borrower and who has security over certain assets owned by the borrower in support of the debt owed by the borrower.
A creditor holding a lien on property (that is, judgment) or a debt that is secured with collateral.
An individual or a business holding a claim against the debtor that is secured by collateral or a lien.
A creditor who holds security, such as a mortgage over a persons or companies assets for money owed.
A creditor with specific rights over some or all of his debtor's assets in the event of insolvency or other default. In essence, he gets paid first.
A creditor with specific rights over some or all his debtor's assets in the event of insolvency. In essence he is paid first from the secured assets.
A person holding an instrument such as a mortgage or a lien on or against the whole or part of the property of a debtor as security for a debt due him from the debtor.
A person holding a mortgage, hypothec, pledge, charge, lien or privilege on or against the property of the debtor or any part thereof as security for a debt due or accruing due to that person from the debtor.(Source: Canadian Law Dictionary)
Creditor whose financial position is secured by real property, such as a bank or finance company with a lien on an automobile or a mortgage company secured by the house they financed. In the event of default the secured creditor can repossess or foreclose on the property they financed, greatly reducing their chance of total loss exposure.
A class of creditor who benefits from holding security over part or all of a company's or individual's assets.
A creditor whose debt is secured by a lien on property of the debtor.
a creditor who holds security, such as a mortgage, over a debtor's assets
A creditor that holds a mortgage, collateral, or lien to help insure payment of a debt. Payments to secured creditors take preference over payments to unsecured creditors.
A creditor who holds a lien on property secured by collateral (commonly a motor vehicle or real estate).
A creditor who holds security over the assets of the company, normally in the form of a charge or debenture. Secured creditors do not normally vote at meetings of creditors, choosing instead to rely on their security.
A creditor holding a claim against the debtor who has the right to take and hold or sell certain property of the debtor in satisfaction of some or all of the claim.
A creditor with specific rights over some or all of the debtorâ€™s assets. A secured creditor gets paid first out of the proceeds of sale of the security.
Creditor who holds security, such as a mortgage, over a person's assets for money owed.
A creditor who owns debt obligations backed by pledged assets. Français: Créancier garanti Español: Acreedor garantizado
A creditor who holds some security for his debt.
A lender who has lent funds on the security of particular assets of the debtor.
A creditor may obtain priority to particular assets of a debtor if it defaults in which case he is said to be "secured". The unsecured creditor only has a prospect of being paid so far as there are surplus assets available to pay him after secured and preferential creditors.
An individual or business holding a claim against the debtor that is secured by a lien on property of the estate or that is subject to a right of setoff.
someone who has lent funds against the security of specific assets and can have those sold if a debtor defaults
A secured creditor is a creditor which has the benefit of a security interest over some or all of the assets of the debtor.