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- n. One who lends, especially money.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who lends.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who lends; especially, one who makes a trade of putting money to interest: opposed to borrower.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who lends money or gives credit in business matters
If the lender is a national bank, then you should also send a complaint letter to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in the District.
The long-term lender is Pat Harkin, who found the book of Leon Uris '“QB VII” in a box fully intending to return it during several past homecomings.
The long-term lender is alumnus Pat Harkin, who found the book of Leon Uris '"QB VII" in a box.
In your situation, you're the short seller and your lender is the short-sale lender.
JOHN ULZHEIMER, CREDIT. COM: You can go to a pay-day lender, a title lender, a pawn shop.
JOHN ULZHEIMER, CREDIT. COM: You can go to a payday lender a title lender, a pawnshop, you can hock your jewelry.
In November 2005, the same term lender advanced a second $900 thousand US subordinated term loan and in consideration of that loan the originally issued warrants were repriced to the then market price of $0.40 per share resulting in an additional valuation of the warrants of $20 thousand.
Mr. Carpenter declined to comment on the timing of such a move, saying the lender is engaged in a "constructive ongoing dialogue with its majority shareholder and regulators."
Whitehall's charge against some of its junior creditors is known as "lender liability" in real-estate circles.
Vanderhoff said she called the lender to try to pay off the loan in full, but her requests were ignored.