Types of Estates Held as a Security, as Collateral, or to Satisfy a Debt:

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estate in gage – an estate that has been pledged as security for a debt.

estate by statute staple – an estate held under a bond as security for a commercial debt, giving the lender a possessory right in the land of a debtor who failed to repay a loan.

estate by elegit – held by a judgment creditor, entitling the creditor to the rents and profits from land owned by the debtor until the debt is paid.