TeachMeFinance.com - explain estoppel certificate
estoppel certificate -- a written statement setting forth facts about a piece of real estate such as the unpaid principal balance of a mortgage and the interest rate . Its purpose is to stop a future claim that the amount owed is different from the actual unpaid balance, or that the interest rate is other than the contracted rate.
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