Welsh mortgage

noun

Definition of Welsh mortgage

  1. :  an obsolete mortgage in which the mortgagee may keep the rents and profits of the estate in satisfaction of interest but cannot enforce payment of the principal and the mortgagor can redeem at any time by payment of the principal — compare living pledge

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1726

First Known Use of welsh mortgage

1726


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