See also:condition of being secure . In
See also:law, a security is a document evidencing the right to
See also:money, goods or other
See also:property, e.g.
See also:stocks, shares, bills of
See also:exchange, mortgages, &c . A security is termed
See also:collateral when it is given merely as a
See also:guarantee for the repayment of money;
See also:personal, when it gives a right of
See also:action against a
See also:person for the recovery of money . A convertible security is one which can be readily converted into money (e.g.
See also:consols), as contrasted with
See also:land or buildings, sometimes termed " dead " security . A person who holds himself responsible for the fulfilment of another's obligations or goes
See also:surety for him is called a security .
PUBLIUS POMPONIUS SECUNDUS
MICHEL JEAN SEDAINE (1719-1797)
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