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Financial terms in "Loan and Mortgage"

1. Total Balance Of Combined Loans

2. Origination Fee

3. Title Company

4. Combined Balance Of Federal Loans To Consolidate

5. HECM (Reverse Mortgage)

6. Fee Paid From

7. Hea

8. Esignature

9. Due-on-sale clause

10. Interest rate adjustment period

11. Monthly debt service

12. Eminent Domain

13. chattel mortgage

14. Conversion option

15. securitization

16. Yield-Spread premium.

17. Required cash

18. Asset

19. mortgage-backed security

20. Loan Limits

21. Loan Amount

22. No income loan

23. Co-Signed Account

24. Assumable Mortgage

25. Application Fee

26. Disclosures

27. Mortgage scams

28. Application

29. Mitigation

30. APR

31. Ffel

32. Remaining Term

33. Rate Index

34. Half-time Student

35. Cost of Funds Index (COFI)

36. Lock-in Period

37. Irs Offset


39. Cash Reserves

40. Serious Delinquency

41. Seller contribution

42. Non-Permanent resident alien

43. VA Loan

44. Fully amortizing payment

45. Bad-faith estimate

46. Cohort

47. PITI

48. Sub-Prime Loan

49. Average Price

50. Appraisal

51. Fixed Expenses

52. Homeownership Education Classes

53. Private Or Boarding School Loans

54. Permanent buydown

55. Joint Tenancy (with Rights of Survivorship)

56. Secured Loan

57. Punch List

58. Guarantee Agency

59. Interest Rate Swap

60. Mortgage price

61. VA (Department of Veterans Affairs)

62. Federal Family Education Loan (ffel) Program

63. Pre-Qualify

64. Discount Point

65. Home Equity Loan

66. Payment decrease cap

67. Loan Fraud

68. Market niche

69. Default

70. Homebuyer protection plan

71. Forbearance agreement

72. Credit-Loss Ratio

73. Amount Of Loan

74. Loan Origination

75. Annual percentage rate

76. Interest payment

77. Liability Insurance

78. Term

79. Adjustable Rate Mortgage

80. Escrow Account (impound account)

81. Interest Only Deferment Or Principal Deferment

82. Mortgage Broker

83. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

84. Mortgage insurance disclosure

85. Full Deferment

86. Retail lender

87. Adjustment Interval

88. Assumable Loan

89. Partial prepayment

90. Refinance

91. Sweat Equity

92. Perkins Loans

93. Liabilities

94. Front End Ratio

95. Lead-Generation site

96. Price Range

97. Exclusive Listing

98. Cooperative (Co-op)

99. Recast payment

100. Fixture

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Filing Basis

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The legal basis for filing an application for registration of a mark. The trademark act sets out five filing bases, and an applicant must specify and meet the requirements of one or more bases before the mark will be approved for publication for opposition or registration on the supplemental register. The five bases are: (1) use of a mark in commerce under §1(a) of the Act; (2) bona fide intention to use a mark in commerce under §1(b) of the Act; (3) a claim of priority, based on an earlier-filed foreign application under §44(d) of the Act; (4) registration of a mark in the applicant’s country of origin under §44(e) of the Act; and (5) extension of protection of an international registration to the United States, under §66(a) of the Act and the madrid protocol. The requirements for the bases are set forth in Trademark Rule 2.34. -- seeTMEP §806. If no basis is set forth in the original application for registration, the examining attorney will issue an office action requiring the applicant to specify a basis and meet al. requirements for the basis. In applications under §§1 and 44, the applicant may claim more than one basis, and/or may add or substitute a basis after filing the application.

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