Specific Security Agreement (formerly Chattel Mortgage)

A loan secured by specific security agreement  is a type of lending facility used to finance business equipment. The asset acts as security for the lender and upon the final payment, the mortgage or bill of sale over the item is released. Like a standard loan facility, the borrower retains ownership of the asset throughout the term of the loan.

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