Credit Card Glossary: Terms and Definitions
Purchase money security interest
A purchase money security interest is a specific type of security interest, or claim on property. Lenders, including credit card issuers, may claim the right to repossess items bought with borrowed funds, up to the amount borrowed. The lender must get court permission before enforcing the claim.
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