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encumber (someone or something) with (something)

To burden or overwhelm someone or something with something. I suspect that your employees haven't come up with a solution yet because you've encumbered them with so many restrictions. Try not to encumber the system with too many operations at once.
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encumber someone or something with someone or something

to burden someone or something with someone or something. Please do not try to encumber me with your debts. She encumbered the marriage with a number of children from a previous marriage. She encumbered herself with the weight of both children and her purse.
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Accordingly, the revolving facility has an initial term of four years with a one-year extension option which will replace the company's senior secured credit facility, while the term facility has an initial term of five years and will be used to repay the existing USD200.0m mortgage loan encumbering the JV portfolio properties.
Additionally, the company said that the above proceeds include a prepayment penalty reimbursement of USD0.9m related with the early payoff of two mortgage notes encumbering Dulles Business Park.
Houlihan arranged a loan secured by a 1st mortgage in the amount of $2,000,000 encumbering of a 1.15 acre property improved with a 7-story concrete block and masonry brick doublewing, residential multi-family rental apartment building with two self-service elevators constructed in 1932 located at 33 Williams Street in the Fleetwood section of Mount Vernon, NY.
The fact that a debt encumbering an individual asset exceeds its basis is irrelevant, based on Butler, 87 TC 734 (1986).
* The refinancing of a $2,200,000 first mortgage loan encumbering a one-story brick retail building at 143-151 Sherman Ave, aka 593-597 Academy Street, in New York.
The denominator is the excess of the property's FMV over any qualified liability encumbering or property allocable to the property.(26)
"The refinancing retired the existing low leverage, high coupon, traditional loan encumbering the property," said Arthur Adler, managing director and CEO for Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels.
Debt encumbering the property must be borne proportionally by the TIC holders, and the income from the property must also be shared proportionally.
During the contract period the purchaser was able to get approval by the existing lender to assume the securitized mortgage encumbering the property.
In addition, the translucent glass wall panels provide privacy without encumbering the areas.