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 Guarantees & indemnities

This range of New Zealand guarantee documents cover secured & unsecured loans, suppliers, deeds of inter-company guarantees and personal guarantees.


Guarantee of loan - secured

55.00  

A Guarantee of a loan which has been documented under a separate loan agreement. The Guarantee has options for security to be given and an option to provide a maximum limit of liability. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Guarantee of loan - unsecured

55.00  

A Guarantee of a loan which has been documented under a separate loan agreement. The Guarantee has an option to provide a maximum limit of liability. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Deed of indemnity for guarantee

19.00  

A short agreement to enable a guarantor to impose a legal obligation on the person he has guaranteed, to repay him if the guarantee is called. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Deed of inter-company cross guarantee

49.00  

A cross guarantee for use by a New Zealand company which seeks extra security before entering into a contract with a counter party.

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Deed of inter-group guarantee of loan

49.00  

A cross guarantee to benefit a lender or other counter party dealing with to one or more members of a group of New Zealand companies (or associated individuals).

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Guarantee of contract debt or deed of guarantee of loan

39.00  

Simple agreement where guarantor steps into guarantee payment of a debt. One party has money problems. The other party refuses credit or refuses to continue his own contractual obligations. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Guarantee of contract performance

29.00  

Simple agreement where a guarantor steps in to guarantee performance of any contract. Example contractor has problems; other party refuses payment or threatens to sue. Guarantor "rescues" first party by guaranteeing performance of the contract. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Guarantee to trade supplier - secured

39.00  

A Guarantee to a supplier to guarantee a trade account or credit given to a customer for the supply of goods and/ or services. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Guarantee to trade supplier - unsecured

29.00  

A Guarantee to a supplier to guarantee a trade account or credit given to a customer for the supply of goods and/ or services. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Guarantee to trade supplier after default - secured

39.00  

A Guarantee to a supplier to guarantee a trade account or credit given to a customer for the supply of goods and/ or services in circumstances where the customer is in default and the guarantee is given in return for the continuation of credit. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Guarantee to trade supplier after default - unsecured

29.00  

A Guarantee to a New Zealand supplier to guarantee a trade account or credit given to a customer for the supply of goods and/ or services in circumstances where the customer is in default and the guarantee is given in return for the continuation of credit.

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Notice of default to guarantor

25.00  

A notice to a guarantor advising that a default of the guaranteed contract has occurred and seeking remedy of that default. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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Personal guarantee of company debt

39.00  

This personal guarantee is the equivalent to the type of personal guarantee your bank might ask you to sign when storm clouds gather around your New Zealand company.

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Short form guarantee of trade account

25.00  

A very short form single page guarantee of a trade account. Avoids the need for a guarantee to have been included in terms of credit, or can be used to provide extra security or guarantee if needed. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.

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