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As solicitors, we understand the importance of a clear and well-documented finance agreement, regardless of whether you are lending to or borrowing from a third party. With years of experience in this field, we know that a written agreement outlining the terms and conditions of the loan can help mitigate the risk of disputes or misunderstandings down the line. Our team of solicitors can assist you in drafting a comprehensive finance agreement that covers everything from repayment schedules to the level of security required. By working with us, you can rest assured that your transaction is properly documented, protecting your interests as a lender or borrower.
Whether you are lending to or borrowing from a third party, it is always prudent to record the terms of the loan clearly. A written finance agreement should outline the terms and conditions under which the lender provides to loan to the borrower, including provisions relating to repayment, interest and security. A loan agreement can be unsecured or secured by way of legal charge on a property, personal guarantee by another person or debenture against a borrower company.
Having a well drafted loan agreement can not only help ensure that the borrower repays the monies over, but also help to demonstrate that the monies were actually loaned and not gifted. This would be a vital element should you have to initiate debt recovery proceedings to recover the sum due.
Our expert lawyers will assist with all aspects of negotiating, preparing and advising upon your finance agreement whether you are the borrower or the lender. If you are the lender, we can also advise you of the options available to you, should you wish to secure the loan and assist in implementing any chosen security.
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Please find below some FAQs regarding Loan Agreements
The agreement itself would stipulate what action may be taken upon breach. These remedies may include legal action, financial penalties and termination of the agreement etc.
Terms may include duties and responsibilities, term, termination, remuneration, confidentiality, non-compete, intellectual property, indemnity and insurance. Our specialist lawyers can advise you on the suitability of these terms and whether they will be required to meet your business needs.
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