power of sale
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The Self Repossessed
repossession of goods
repossession (of mortgaged property)
Repossession and the Democratization of Credit
Leasing, Ability to Repossess, and Debt Capacity
Repossessing the Dead Elsewhere in Our Time
Film and the repossession of rural space: interview with Patrick Keiller
The War renewed. The French repossess themselves of Cadarackui Fort, and find Means to break off the Treaty between the Five Nations and Dionondadies.
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1. The taking back of something purchased, for nonpayment of the instalments due under a hire-purchase agreement.
2. The situation in which a mortgagee (lender) takes vacant possession of the property occupied by a mortgagor (borrower), usually because the latter has defaulted on payments due. See Mortgage Law.
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