Acceleration Clause

 An acceleration clause or agreement in a contract permits a lender to call for a borrower to repay all of a remaining loan or a portion of it, if certain requirements are not met by the latter, for instance, a failure to maintain the required credit rates. In such cases, the acceleration clause safeguards the lender’s interests by offering them the option for loan reimbursement.

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