Moratorium Period: Calculation And Benefits

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A moratorium is a temporary postponement of an action by formal agreement. This means that if a policy is announced by the country’s banking regulator, borrowers can stop paying their EMIs for the duration of the moratorium. If banking regulators impose a moratorium on loans, those who cannot write off their EMIs for the moratorium period will not be classified as defaulters. The moratorium is an important aspect of certain types of loan products, for example, education loans. As the loan amount can be repaid only after the students go to work, banks give them the time they need. As it is a temporary suspension of an activity, a moratorium is declared for a specific period of time, which is called a moratorium. A moratorium for a home loan means that you do not need to write any EMI amount.

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