Previously we discussed the creation, perfection and enforcement of security interest in collateral. In this post we will consider the situations where and the manner in which security interest is terminated. We will also consider the disadvantages to the lender of holding on to security interest and collateral after full repayment of debt has been made.
Earlier we discussed the creation and perfection of security interest in collateral. In this post we will look at the methods used for enforcing security interest when a default event or breach of security agreement occurs and how the proceeds recovered from collateral are applied.
Earlier we discussed the creation and perfection of security interest in collateral. It is also important that collateral be properly managed. The post below discusses two elements of collateral management.
Earlier we discussed collateral, collateral law and collateral valuation approaches. However for collateral to be effective the lender must have a security interest in it. This post discusses how security interest in collateral is created and perfected.
In this post we briefly look at the valuation methodologies used for assets other than real estate.
The Cost Approach is another valuation methodology for real estate. The post provides a step by step process of how the Cost approach works and presents situations where it should or should not be used. It also covers the type of data and data sources used for carrying out the analysis.