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noun REM·IC \ˈre-mik\

Legal Definition of REMIC

  1. :  an entity (as a corporation, partnership, or trust) that functions as a vehicle for investment in mortgage obligations and especially collateralized mortgage obligations and receives favorable tax treatment by restricting its own investment to the maintenance of cash flow and reserves and to investment in properties acquired from foreclosure on the underlying mortgages —called also real estate mortgage investment conduit — compare pass-through security at security, real estate investment trust at trust

Origin and Etymology of remic

real estate mortgage investment conduit

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capable of being understood in two ways

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