recourse

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Sigorta) rücu etme
{i} başvuru

Onun son başvurusu yardım için babasına gitmek olacak. - His last recourse will be to go to his father for help.

başvurulacak yer
başvurulacak kimse
(Kanun) rücu etmek
(Kanun) müracaat etmek
başvurma
yardım dileme
yardım

Onun son başvurusu yardım için babasına gitmek olacak. - His last recourse will be to go to his father for help.

yar

Onun son başvurusu yardım için babasına gitmek olacak. - His last recourse will be to go to his father for help.

right of recourse kefilden parayı alabilme hakkı
have recourse to baş vurmak
{i} başvurulacak yer/kimse
{i} yardım kaynağı
without recourse başka taahhüt altına girmeden
müracaat edilecek yer veya kimse
{i} rücu hakkı
yardım veya öğüt dilemek
merci
recourse to
rücu
recourse assurance
(Ticaret) rücu sigortası
recourse claim
(Ticaret) rücu tazminatı
have recourse to
başvurmak
have recourse to
yardım dilemek
have recourse to
sığınmak
non recourse
sigara rücu
non-recourse
(Kanun) (Factoring) Gayri kabili rücu: Factor'un bir alacakla ilgili haklarını, o alacağın ödenmeme riski ile birlikte üzerine alması. Bu işlemde borçlunun borcunu ödememesi halinde risk faktörde kalır
non-recourse
ödemesiz
claim of recourse
(Kanun) rücu hakkı
have recourse to
(Konuşma Dili) çare ummak
have recourse to
-e başvurmak
have recourse to
müracaat etmek
have recourse to arbitration
(Kanun) tahkime gitmek
have recourse to prosecution
(Kanun) savcılığa başvurmak
liable to recourse
(Ticaret) rücu sorumluluğu
right to recourse
(Kanun) rücu etme hakkı
right to recourse
(Kanun) rücu hakkı
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of seeking assistance or advice

Tarzan would have liked to subdue the ugly beast without recourse to knife or arrows. So much had his great strength and agility increased in the period following his maturity that he had come to believe that he might master the redoubtable Terkoz in a hand to hand fight were it not for the terrible advantage the anthropoid's huge fighting fangs gave him over the poorly armed Tarzan.

resort to or application for help in exigency or trouble
{n} access, application for help, return
Recurrence in difficulty, perplexity, need, or the like; access or application for aid; resort
The right of the holder of a note secured by a mortgage or deed of trust to claim money from the borrower in default in addition to the property pledged as a collateral
An agreement between the lessor and the seller which allows the lessor to take recovery action against the seller would the lessee default
A form of factoring where the client is liable for payment in the event the customer does not pay
A form of factoring where the client is liable for payment in the event the customer oes not pay
A coursing back, or coursing again, along the line of a previous coursing; renewed course; return; retreat; recurence
To have recourse; to resort
Refers to the right, in an agreement, to demand payment from the person who is taking on an obligation A full recourse loan refers to the right of the lender to take any assets of the borrower if repayment is not made A limited recourse loan only allows the lender to take assets named in the loan agreement A non-recourse loan limits the lender's rights to the particular asset being financed -- an approach that is common in home mortgages and other real estate loans
Access; admittance
{i} source of help or protection; access to a source of help or protection
something or someone turned to for assistance or security; "his only recourse was the police"; "took refuge in lying
The right of a lender to pursue a borrower personally for moneys owed
The guarantee by the dealer that if the customer becomes delinquent on the payments, the dealer will repurchase the contract from Western Funding on the same terms as it was purchased
something or someone turned to for assistance or security; "his only recourse was the police"; "took refuge in lying"
The right of a lender to claim both money and collateral from a borrower who has defaulted on a loan
The right to demand return of money paid In negotiation of a letter of credit, payment by the negotiating bank will normally be with recourse (i e if the Issuing bank subsequently does not pay)
The right to seek payment on a discounted note from the payee if the maker defaults
In the event a person defaults on a loan, recourse is the right of a person to receive payment Recourse could give the lender the ability to take possession of the borrowers assets
Term describing a type of loan If a loan is with recourse, the lender has a the ability has the ability to fall back to the guarantor of the loan if the borrower fails to pay For example, Bank A has a loan with Company X Bank A sells the loan to Bank B with recourse If Company X defaults, Bank B can demand Bank A fulfill the loan obligation
Term describing a type of loan If a loan is with recourse, the lender has a general claim against the parent company if the collateral is insufficient to repay the debt
A loan for which the borrower is personally liable for payment if the borrower defaults
act of turning to for assistance; "have recourse to the courts"; "an appeal to his uncle was his last resort"
the ability of a lender to claim money from a borrower in default, in addition to the property pledged as collateral
The right of the holder of a note secured by a mortgage or deed of trust to look personally to the borrower or endorser for payment
If you achieve something without recourse to a particular course of action, you succeed without carrying out that action. To have recourse to a particular course of action means to have to do that action in order to achieve something. It enabled its members to settle their differences without recourse to war. something that you do to achieve something or deal with a situation, or the act of doing it (recours, from , from recurrere; RECUR)
The right of a lender, in the event of a default by the borrower, to recover against the personal assets of a party who is secondarily liable for the debt (e g , endorser or guarantor)
The right of the holder of a note to look personally to the borrower or endorser for payment Must have been secured by a mortgage or deed of trust
The right of a lender or holder of a note secured by a mortgage to look to the personal assets of the borrower or endorser for payment should, not just to the property
To return; to recur
act of turning to for assistance; "have recourse to the courts"; "an appeal to his uncle was his last resort" something or someone turned to for assistance or security; "his only recourse was the police"; "took refuge in lying
recurrence
legal recourse
An action that can be taken by an individual or a corporation to attempt to remedy a legal difficulty
non-recourse
(Kanun) Of, relating to, or being a debt whose satisfaction may be obtained on default only out of the particular collateral given and not out of the debtor's other assets: "a non-re·course mortgage", "a non-re·course creditor"
have recourse to
able to turn to for help, able to appeal to
non-recourse
(as distinct from recourse) factoring operates where factors are unable to reclaim bad debts from a client's accounts
non-recourse
an indebtedness that is secured by specific collateral (the real estate) and one that does not permit the lender access to the borrower's or borrower principal's assets in the event of default
non-recourse
This is for the dealer who wants to sell their contracts and devote their attention to sales Naturally, when Western Funding buys totally without recourse, we must be more conservative in our buying habits It is customary that we will take additional loss reserve when buying non-recourse contracts If this additional loss reserve is not used for losses, it will be paid to the dealer as income and is not taxable until paid
non-recourse
A type of factoring where the factor assumes complete responsibility for collection of debt If the debt is not collected due to the financial inability of the customer, the factor assumes the loss
non-recourse loan
loan which becomes a grant under certain circumstances
recourses
plural of recourse
with recourse
record written on a promissory note that determines that the endorser is still a guarantor on the debt
without recourse
A mortgage in which the lender will not pursue personal liability against the borrower The lender's security is the real estate being financed
without recourse
record written on a promissory note that indicates that the endorser has ceased to be a guarantor on the debt
without recourse
Negotiation of a draft, or other negotiable instrument, or letter of credit documents without the normal warranty on the part of the seller of the instrument/documents that the obligor named in the instrument (the "drawee," "payor," or "maker") will pay Although the seller is still responsible for the genuineness of the instrument and documents, the purchaser takes on the credit risk of being able to collect payment from the obligor when due Unless negotiation is without recourse, the purchaser of the instrument/documents has the right to recover the face amount from the seller if the obligor fails or refuses to pay for any reason
without recourse
A phrase followed by the signature of a drawer or endorser of a negotiable instrument, whereby liability is disclaimed to subsequent holders in the event of non-payment Such an endorsement constitutes a warranty of the genuineness of the instrument prior to the endorsement
without recourse
A finance term A mortgage or deed of trust securing a note without recourse allows the lender to look only to the security (property) for repayment in the event of default, and not personally to the borrower
without recourse
loans or leases acquired from the original lender/lessor that are not guaranteed by the originator, prevents the lender from seeking payments or seizing assets from anyone other than the party specified in the contract
without recourse
Giving the lender no right to seek payment or seize assets in the event of nonpayment from anyone other than the party specified in the debt contract (such as a special-purpose entity)
without recourse
Without the lender having any right to seek payment or seize assets in the event of nonpayment from anyone other than the party (such as a special-purpose entity) specified in the debt contract
without recourse
A type of mortgage which is secured by the property alone and does not become a liability of the borrower
without recourse
When added to a Bill of Exchange (Draft), these words indicate that the holder has no recourse to the person from whom he took the Bill, should it not be paid It often appears after an endorsement
recourse