Many commercial loans that are secured by real property are nonrecourse to the borrower and the borrower-related guarantors. In such deals, the lender agrees that if an event of default occurs, the lender may exercise remedies against the real property and any other collateral given by the borrower securing the borrower’s obligations under the loan, but cannot enforce a deficiency judgment against the borrower or guarantors or sue on the note. ...

 

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