Acceleration Clause

Acceleration Clause – A part of a loan agreement that allows the lender to demand payment in full immediately if certain things happen (such as borrower default).

  • Example: If a borrower has an acceleration clause in his or her loan documents, they may be called upon to pay the balance in full if they miss a payment. This is a clause that is beneficial to the lender, it gives them added protection.
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