BT definition

BT or "CT" under the column "LN FEATURE," indicating that the Mortgage Loan is secured by a second or vacation residence; and
BT or "CT" under the column "LN FEATURE," indicating that the Mortgage Loan is secured by a second or vacation residence; and (l) a code "N" under the column "OCCP CODE," indicating that the Mortgage Loan is secured by a non-owner occupied residence. Such schedule may consist of multiple reports that collectively set forth all of the information required.

Examples of BT in a sentence

  • The defect liability period is 1 year for the BT roads and 2 years for CC roads.

  • Kirsch I, Deacon BJ, Huedo-Medina TB, Scoboria A, Moore TJ, Johnson BT.

  • The unknown variables into BT method are cylindrical coordinates r(α, ψ) and z(α, ψ).It is convenient to introduce the flux function ψ as followsnup∇ψ × ϕˆ , (13)=r Figure 3.

  • Mercuri E, Darras BT, Chiriboga CA, Day JW, Campbell C, Connolly AM, et al.

  • Public Phone Boxes are being removed across the country by BT if they meet certain conditions as set out by OFCOM.


More Definitions of BT

BT means British Telecommunications plc of 00 Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx XX0X 0XX registered in England No. 1800000;
BT means the BT Group member identified on the cover page of this Agreement.
BT means British Telecommunications plc of 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ registered in England No. 1800000;
BT means British Telecommunications plc, whose registered company number is 1800000, and any of its subsidiaries or holding companies, or any subsidiary of such holding companies, all as defined by section 736 of the Companies Act 1985, as amended by the Companies Act 1989;
BT means Bankers Trust Company, a New York banking corporation, and its successors.