The directive is the pig of Roman law, from which most of modern European law derives on this subject, but which is generally a feature even of the most fundamental legal systems. It differs from the usual assumption and mortgage by the fact that the pawnbroker is in possession of the deposit.  However, the same is true in that the three persons and all real estate properties can be owned. A pledge of personal property is called peasant and that of real estate called Antichressis. The Scottish laws of the United States are generally in line with those of England with regard to commitments. The main difference is that in Scotland and Louisiana, a pledge can only be sold by the law. In some U.S. states, the common law, as it existed, is always followed outside the Factors Acts, but in others, the factor has a more or less limited power to give a title by collateral.  In the old medieval law, especially in Germanic law, there were two kinds of instructions, be possessed (see Altenglisch wed, Altfranie ernss, althochdeutsch wetti, Latin pignus depositum), i.e. supplied from the beginning, or not possessed (cf. OE b`d, OFr nam, nant, OHG pfant, L pignus oppositum), i.e.
distracted at the due date, and essentially led to the principle of law. This distinction persists in some systems, for example. B in French pledge vs. collateral and Dutch vuistpand vs. stil pand. Reciprocal symbolic (symbolic) commitments have generally been included in official ceremonies to consolidate agreements and other transactions. On the other hand, a violation of a negative deposit clause can result in a default, although a technical default. Lenders generally give an allotted time, z.B. 30 days, to correct a break before proceeding with the standard procedure. When a financial institution grants an unsecured loan to a natural or legal person, it may include a negative deposit clause in the contract to protect itself. Because a negative deposit clause enhances the security of a bond issue, it often allows issuers to borrow funds at a slightly lower rate.
This lower interest rate benefits the issuer, creating a win-win situation for both issuers and the bondholder. In the case of real estate mortgages, many loan contracts contain terminology that prevents the borrower from using the mortgage property as collateral against a new loan, except in the event of refinancing. There may be cases where, instead of attributing the benefit of an agreement to a third party, the original parties reseed each other`s obligations under that agreement and recreate them in fact, the third following in the footsteps of one of the original parties.