In 1250 the counts of Savoy first appear in connexion with Geneva, being mortgagees of the Genevois family, and, in 1263, practically their heirs as "protectors" of the city.
First Valdemar aimed at the recovery of Zealand, which was actually partitioned among a score of Holstein mortgagees who ruled their portions despotically from their strong castles, and sucked the people dry.
The official receiver must contact all known mortgagees without delay.
A person should know something about the finance company and how they treat the mortgagees and the mortgager.
The surveyor was not appointed by the mortgagees, and there was no contractual relationship between him and them.
Any retention made by the first mortgagees should also be deducted.
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mortgagees in possession.
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Deposits were shifted from bank to bank, there were small runs on several of the savings banks guaranteed by the government, mortgagees required additional security from their debtors, bankruptcies develop along Imperial lines, are the advent of the p g p Labour party and the establishment of federation.
With current home mortgage rates inching up, mortgagees are anxious to lock in the rates while they are still low.
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