Security and Debt Collection

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  • Acknowledgement of Debt – 1 debtor, payment in instalments

    An Acknowledgement of Debt is used to acknowledge and confirm that a debt is due, and to specify that the debt is payable in a number of instalments. This Acknowledgement of Debt may be used where a debt is owed by a single person or legal entity.
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  • Acknowledgement of Debt – 1 debtor, single instalment

    An Acknowledgement of Debt is used to acknowledge and confirm that a debt is due, and to specify the payment date for the debt. This AOD may be used where a debt is owed by one debtor to their creditor.
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  • Acknowledgement of Debt – 2 or more debtors, payment in instalments

    An Acknowledgement of Debt can be used to acknowledge and confirm that a debt is due, and to specify that the debt is payable in instalments. This Acknowledgement of Debt can be used where a debt is owed by two or more persons or legal entities, who are jointly liable for the same debt to the creditor.
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  • Acknowledgement of Debt – 2 or more debtors, single instalment

    An Acknowledgement of Debt is a form of payment undertaking, acknowledging and confirming that a debt is due, and specifying the payment date. This Acknowledgement of Debt can be used where a debt is owed by two or more persons or legal entities, who are jointly liable for the same debt to the creditor.
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  • Cession & Pledge of Goods

    A Cession & Pledge of Goods Agreement may be used where a debt is owed or may in the future be owed by a person, and additional security is required. By signing a Cession and Pledge of Goods, the debtor agrees to transfer to the creditor the right to the goods being ceded or pledged should the debtor default.
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  • Cession and Assignment of Agreements

    A Cession and Assignment of Agreements may be used where the rights and obligations under an agreement need to be ceded and assigned to another person. By signing a Cession & Assignment, the Cedent agrees to transfer to the Cessionary the right to claim money and any other benefits owed to the Cedent in terms of the Agreement/s.
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  • Cession of Book Debts

    A Cession of Book Debts Agreement may be used where a debt is owed or may in the future be owed by a debtor, and additional security is required. By signing a Cession of Book Debts contract, the debtor agrees to transfer to the creditor the right to claim money that is owed to the debtor by the debtor’s debtors.
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  • Credit Application Form – Individuals

    If you operate your business on a credit basis, ie. Your customers (being individuals, as opposed to business customers) pay you only after goods or services have been delivered, then this template credit application form can be a useful tool. By getting your customer to complete this form before doing business with them, it allows you to accumulate information on the customer, helping you to assess whether to grant the credit.
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  • Credit Application Form – Legal Entities

    If you operate your business on a credit basis, ie. Your business customers (corporates, or legal entities) pay you after goods or services have been delivered, then a credit application form can be a useful tool. By getting your customer to complete this form before doing business with them, it allows you to accumulate information on the customer. The information assists you to conduct background checks on the prospective customer and ascertain whether you are willing to grant payment terms.
    R 155,00 Add to cart
  • Customer’s Acknowledgement of Payment Terms

    This document can be used by a supplier to ensure that their customer understands, in no uncertain terms, what the payment terms are for the supplier’s services. While this document is not intended to be used as an Acknowledgement of Debt, it is more strongly worded than the more contemporary inclusion of payment terms in the average services contracts.
    R 257,00 Add to cart
  • Debit Order Authorisation

    You need to get your customer’s written consent before collecting any money owed from their bank account. A Debit Order Authorisation may be used if you need to collect funds from people directly from their bank accounts, via a debit order.
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  • Letter of Demand – for client’s account

    These Letters of Demand may be used where a debt is owed to your client by a debtor, and has not yet been repaid. A Letter of Demand calls on the debtor to pay the debt, failing which further action will be taken.
    R 135,00 Add to cart
  • Letter of Demand for Rental

    A Letter of Demand for Rental may be used where rental is owed by a tenant, and has not yet been paid. A Letter of Demand calls on the tenant to pay the outstanding rental and associated amounts due, failing which further action will be taken.
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  • Letters of Demand – for own account

    These Letters of Demand may be used where a debt is owed to you by a debtor, and has not yet been repaid. A Demand Notice calls on the debtor to pay the debt by a specified date, failing which further action will be taken.
    R 135,00 Add to cart
  • Limited Suretyship – Amount

    A Suretyship may be used where a debt is owed or may in the future be owed by a person, and additional security is required in the form of another person taking on personal liability for the debt. This suretyship limits the guarantor's liability to the maximum amount agreed to in the guarantee.
    R 295,00 Add to cart

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