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When debt or finance is 'limited recourse', it means that the security rights of the lender or other finance provider are restricted.
 
When debt or finance is 'limited recourse', it means that the security rights of the lender or other finance provider are restricted.
  
It is an intermediate situation, in between full recourse, and non-recourse.
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Limited recourse is an intermediate situation, in between full recourse, and non-recourse.
  
  
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Latest revision as of 13:43, 2 May 2018

When debt or finance is 'limited recourse', it means that the security rights of the lender or other finance provider are restricted.

Limited recourse is an intermediate situation, in between full recourse, and non-recourse.


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