tacking definition

  • noun:
    • loose short-term stitches in dressmaking etc
    • the act of altering tack
    • A union of securities provided at different occuring times, which must be redeemed before an intermediate buyer can interpose a claim.
    • A union of securities provided at differing times, all of these must certanly be used before an intermediate purchaser can interpose his claim.
    • identical to barring, 2.
    • In English law, just the right of a third or subsequent mortgagee, which advances cash with no warning of a moment mortgage, and pays off the initial, to enforce their claim the amount of both the mortgages towards the exclusion associated with the home loan which he'd no notice.
    • a loose short-term sewing stitch to keep layers of textile together
    • (nautical) the act of changing tack
  • verb:
    • Present participle of tack.

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