Second Lien A holder of a right to force the sale of property that is inferior and subordinate to another lienholder's right to do the same. A junior lienholder who forces the sale of the real estate must either pay off the senior lien or make arrangements to make payments on it to prevent it from being foreclosed. The foreclosure of a first lien destroys the right of a junior lienholder to foreclose, but the foreclosure of a junior lien does not affect the right of a senior lien to foreclose.
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