- a person who mortgages property.
Origin of mortgagor
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Examples from the Web for mortgager
A mortgagee, mortgager or pledgee of property may insure the property.
He felt like a mortgager who sees himself foreclosed and sold up.What Will People Say?
But, cessante ratione, cessat etiam lex; this only applies where the deceased was himself the mortgager.
At first, the Northerner could not understand her indifference to her obligations as a mortgager.A Republic Without a President and Other Stories
- property law a person who borrows money by mortgaging his property to the lender as security
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Word Origin and History for mortgager
1580s, agent noun in Latin form from mortgage (v.). Native form mortgager attested from 1630s.
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