Unsecured loan agreement: person to person; private or business
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About this document
An unsecured loan is used when the lender is confident that the borrower will repay.
The main reasons to record the terms in a document are to prevent a disagreement later, and to allow the lender to seek recourse if the loan is not repaid.
This document could be used for loans:
between family members or friends
between a company and a director
between a partner and a partnership business
If you are a director or shareholder, lending to or borrowing from your company, then a written agreement will ensure the arrangement is clear to other directors, shareholders and HMRC.
The purpose of the loan does not affect the terms of the agreement. You could be lending a friend money for short-term expenses, such as wedding costs, or to a business on a longer term.
This agreement contains all the terms you would expect as standard in this type of unsecured agreement:
Structure of the loan
Alternative draw down arrangements
Provisions of information to lender
Repayment and interest payment arrangements
Method of payment
Provision for default situations
A round up of legal matters
Drawn outside the Consumer Credit Act 1974, this agreement is not suitable for companies in the business of lending or providing credit to consumers.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.
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