A loan agreement arranges all the legal aspects of a business loan. It covers among other things the amount to be borrowed, how much interest the debtor has to pay and how and when to repay the loan.
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You can ask for a right of mortgage, so that you have more certainty about the repayment of the loan. This right of mortgage must be established via the notary. The notary draws up a mortgage deed in which the (legal) conditions for the right of mortgage are included. If the loan is not repaid, you can use the right of mortgage to, for example, sell the registered property on which the mortgage has been established, such as a house or business premises, to the public. You do not have to go to court for this, but a notary must be present at the sale. Your loan will then be repaid from the proceeds.
You can ask for a pledge on the borrower’s goods, so that you have more certainty about the repayment of the loan. If the loan is not repaid, you have the right, on the basis of the pledge, to sell these goods publicly. Your loan will then be repaid from the proceeds.
After you have fulfilled the checkout process, we will send you a form where you will out a few details about yourself, your company and your company structure. Once this has been filled out we will start working on your Loan agreement. This takes on average 1-2 working days.
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If you want to make sure you have all your Dutch legal paperwork in order, we can help you out. Fill out our compliance quote form and we will contact you as soon as possible.