What is the definition of an abundance of caution?

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Abundance of caution is when in banking, a lender's necessity that the defaulter's collateral is equal or more than the asset to be purchased with the loan and that the debtor have enough cash capitalized to ensure the debtor cannot back out deprived of important loss of personal finances. If the debtor has his or her own cash invested, the borrower will be more committed to succeed.
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