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US Collateral And Guaranty Agreement

January 21, 2013 by agribusiness in General agreements with 0 Comments
The US collateral and guaranty agreement is normally undertaken between the loan lender and the borrower. Collateral is generally defined as the security amount that the borrower deposits at the lender as a pledged value to repay the loan within the defined period of time.

The agreements can be used for different purposes. For example, when a builder sells a series of flats or a housing complex to a housing association, the building contractor would be held responsible for any type of defect that arises in the housing projects within a set time period. In this case, an US collateral and guaranty agreement is established between the housing corporation and the building contractor, and a collateral amount needs to be deposited at the housing corporation as a pledged value for providing the support after the sale of the building.

The US collateral and guaranty agreement outlines the information’s such as the details of the lender and the borrower, the duration of contract, and the type and value of the collateral being deposited.

US Collateral And Guaranty Agreement

US Collateral And Guaranty Agreement

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