Examples of Lender may in a sentence
Lender may make such disbursements directly to Borrower, to the person repairing or restoring the Property, or payable jointly to both.
Lender may disburse proceeds for the repairs and restoration in a single payment or in a series of progress payments as the work is completed, depending on the size of the repair or restoration, the terms of the repair agreement, and whether Borrower is in Default on the Loan.
TRANSCRIPT MORTGAGE VALUATION FOR LENDING PURPOSESThe Surveyors undertake that on being asked to do so by a prospective purchaser, or his/herprofessional advisor or Lender, they will prepare a Transcript Mortgage Valuation Report for Lending Purposes on terms and conditions to be agreed between the Surveyors and Lender and solely for the use of the Lender and upon which the Lender may rely.
Lender may not charge fees that are expressly prohibited by this Security Instrument or by Applicable Law.
Lender may disburse proceeds for the repairs and restoration in a single payment or in a series of progress payments as the work is completed.
Lender may choose to make this refund by reducing the principal owed under the Note or by making a direct payment to Borrower.
Each Lender may attach schedules to its Note and endorse thereon the date, Type (if applicable), amount and maturity of its Loans and payments with respect thereto.
If all or any part of the Property or any Interest in the Property is sold or transferred (or if Borrower is not a natural person and a beneficial interest in Borrower is sold or transferred) without Xxxxxx’s prior written consent, Lender may require immediate payment in full of all sums secured by this Security Instrument.
Mortgage Insurance reimburses Lender for certain losses Lender may incur if Xxxxxxxx does not repay the Loan as agreed.
Lender may take reasonable actions to evaluate Borrower for available alternatives to foreclosure, including, but not limited to, obtaining credit reports, title reports, title insurance, property valuations, subordination agreements, and third-party approvals.