subject to

Definition

Acquiring property with an existing mortgage, but not becoming personally liable for the debt.

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The loan was subject to being repaid in full prior to the maturity date so that is of course what the borrower did.

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He was subject to a lot of abuse and mistreatment in the prison and it made everyone question whether or not he belonged there.

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The terms of the contract were subject to review from the board, but everyone anticipated a smooth approval as the terms were more than generous.

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