unsecured

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Of a loan or guarantee, without collateral
Not secured; not fastened; not attached
Unsecured is used to describe loans or debts that are not guaranteed by a particular asset such as a person's home. We can arrange unsecured loans for any amount from £500 to £7,500. an unsecured debt or loan is one that does not make you promise to give the bank something you own if you cannot pay it back
not firmly fastened or secured; "an unbarred door"; "went through the unlatched gate into the street"; "an unlocked room"
This is the term given to a loan where the lender has no security A mortgage is normally secured against the property
without financial security; "an unsecured note"
A claim or debt is unsecured if there is no collateral that is security for the debt Most consumer debts are unsecured See Is This Debt Secured?
{s} not secured; not fastened; not made safe
Describes a debt instrument, such as a debenture, that is backed only by the debtor's promise to pay
In bankruptcy proceedings, for the purposes of filing a claim, a claim is unsecured if there is no collateral, or to the extent the value of collateral is less than the amount of the debt
A claim or debt is unsecured if there is no collateral that is security for the debt Most consumer debts are unsecured
unsecured bond
a bond that is backed by the credit of the issuer but not by any specific collateral
unsecured

    Silbentrennung

    un·se·cured

    Türkische aussprache

    ʌnsikyûrd

    Aussprache

    /ˌənsēˈkyo͝ord/ /ˌʌnsiːˈkjʊrd/

    Etymologie

    (prefix.) un- +‎ secured

    Wort des Tages

    credenza
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