Examples of foreclose in a Sentence
They've been unable to make their mortgage payments, and the bank has threatened to foreclose.
The bank has threatened to foreclose their mortgage.
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If property owners don't pay the debt, the investors who buy the liens can ultimately foreclose on them.
So even though the DOJ asked the Judges to read additional requirements into the consent decree to advance pro-competitive objectives, case law forecloses the Circuit Judges from doing so, the document stated.
The State Bank of Chilton is foreclosing on Growing Power Inc.'s urban farm on Silver Spring Drive in Milwaukee.
The property was sold in 1984 shortly after Howey’s wife died to Chicago heiress Marvel Zona, who foreclosed on the house in 2008 after being unable to make monthly payments.
With its path beyond the Senate foreclosed, Alexander called off the process on Tuesday night.
Stafsholt, a farmer and landlord in St. Croix County, has already won a trial court decision that he was improperly charged duplicate home insurance and then foreclosed on by Bank of America.
At the very least, women shouldn’t see their efforts for justice foreclosed by a calendar.
These areas got this way after being abandoned first by the white middle-class, then by the black middle-class, then by everyone else who could afford to get out or who bailed after their homes were foreclosed in the mortgage crisis.
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