mortgage clause

Definition of "mortgage clause"
  1. A section you may find in an insurance contract, such as a fire insurance agreement, that allows a named person who holds a mortgage over a property to be compensated for any harm or loss to the said property
How to use "mortgage clause" in a sentence
  1. The homeowner's insurance policy contained a mortgage clause granting the bank compensation in case of any property damage.
  2. After the house fire, the bank was paid because of the mortgage clause in the homeowner's insurance policy.
  3. The mortgage clause in the insurance contract ensured the mortgage holder would be paid if property damage was to occur.

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