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 Loan agreements

This range of Australian loan agreements cover individuals Division 7A loan agreements to a corporate body. Payment terms, interest, guarantees are considered.


Unsecured loan with guarantee, payable on demand

14.95  

This Loan Agreement for an unsecured loan with guaranty is payable on demand and allows the lender to name a guarantor who promises to repay the loan if the borrower defaults. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Secured loan with guarantee, payable on demand

14.95  

This Loan Agreement for a secured loan with guarantee is payable on demand and allows the lender to name a guarantor who promises to repay the loan if the borrower defaults. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Loan agreement (also for debt/equity rules)

99.00  

This Loan Agreement is designed to protect the Lender's interest and should only be completed by the Lender. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Div 7A loan agreement

55.00  

When your Austalian company loans or gives you money you need a 'Division 7A loan agreement'. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Secured loan without guarantee - payable on demand

14.95  

This Loan Agreement for a Secured Loan without Guaranty - Payable on Demand. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Unsecured loan without guaranty - payable on demand

14.95  

This Loan Agreement for an unsecured loan without guaranty is payable on demand. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Unsecured loan with guarantee - fixed

14.95  

This Loan Agreement also provides an option to include a guarantor. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Unsecured loan without guarantee - fixed

14.95  

The document includes terms for an unsecured loan advanced to a borrower. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Secured loan with guarantee

14.95  

This Loan Agreement for a secured loan with guarantee is repayable on the expiry date. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Individual borrower, secured on financial assets

29.00  

An agreement between a lender, who may be an individual or an Australian corporate body, and a borrower, who is a individual person (not a company). Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Company borrower, secured on physical assets, guarantor option

49.00  

An agreement between a lender, who may be an individual or a corporate Australian body, and a borrower, who is a company. Loan secured on specific physical assets. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Div 7A loan (including 2008 amnesty)

55.00  

Division 7A deems that a 'loan' from your Australian company to yourself is assessable income - this is unless the loan is placed on strict commercial terms under Division 7A. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Friends and family loan agreement

19.00  

This is a simple loan agreement suitable for lending to friends or family. It is intended to make clear to the borrower that the arrangement is 'for real' and that the lender intends that the money should be repaid on time as agreed. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Div 7A loan agreement for UPE

55.00  

A Div 7A can operate in circumstances where a trust distributes income to your Australian company, but doesn't actually pay the income. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Company, secured on financial instruments

49.00  

An agreement between a lender, who may be an individual or an Australian corporate body, and a borrower, who is a company. Loan secured on shares, intellectual property rights or other intangible property. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Person to person, secured by guarantee

29.00  

An agreement between a human individual lender and borrower. The loan is secured with a guarantee by a third party, who may be a friend, relative or business partner. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Private borrower, secured on physical assets

29.00  

An agreement between a lender, human or an Australian corporate, and a borrower, who is an individual person or partnership and not a company. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Company, secured by guarantee

39.00  

An agreement between a lender, who may be an individual or an Australian corporate body, and a borrower, who is a company. Guarantee (probably by directors of company). Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Instalment promissory note with final balloon payment

13.95  

A Promissory Note creates an obligation or contract for a borrower to repay a loan to a lender within a specified time and at a specific rate of interest. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Security agreement / general

16.95  

Most loans between a borrower and a lender are typically formalised with a promissory note. In many instances the lender will desire additional assurance that the loan will be repaid and ask that the borrower enter into a Security Agreement. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Division 7A loan agreement

14.95  

A Division 7A Loan Agreement is for use when an Australian company is lending to a single borrower who is a director, shareholder or associate of a director or shareholder of that company.

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Secured loan without guarantee -fixed

14.95  

This Loan Agreement for a Secured Loan without Guarantee. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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Unsecured loan agreement: person to person, private or business

29.00  

An agreement between a lender, who may be an individual or a corporate body, and a borrower, who is a individual person (or an Australian company). Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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