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FAQ for Notarize forbearance agreement

How do forbearance agreements work?
In a forbearance agreement, the loan owner ("lender") agrees to reduce or suspend your payments for a set amount of time. With a repayment plan, the lender temporarily increases your monthly payment by adding part of the overdue amount to your current payments so that you can get caught up on the loan.
What is a characteristic of forbearance agreements?
A forbearance agreement is typically a temporary measure where lender agrees to refrain from exercising its remedies with respect to specific defaults for a certain period of time to either allow the lender more time to determine whether a permanent loan modification is feasible, or to give borrower time to arrange a.
What is the purpose of a forbearance agreement?
Mortgage forbearance is an agreement arranged between you and your lender to provide you with temporary relief from paying your mortgage for a specified amount of time, either by lowering or pausing the payments.
What is a forbearance in contract?
Forbearance is the intentional action of abstaining from doing something. In the context of the law, it refers to the act of delaying from enforcing a right, obligation, or debt. For example, a creditor may forbear legal action against the debtor if they settle the debt payment with new payment conditions.
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