Loan Agreement (Lender to Borrower) Sample

Loan Agreement (Lender to Borrow) Sample

A Loan Agreement (Lender to Borrower) is essential if you’re loaning to someone you are not familiar with, as it can prevent misunderstandings and disagreements by clearly setting down the terms of the loan and repayment. Having the details of the sum, the interest, and other important provisions in a Loan Agreement ensures that everyone keeps up their end of the deal. Take a look at our sample below, to get an idea of what yours will look like.

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What does the Loan Agreement (Lender to Borrower) cover?

Our Loan Agreement (Lender to Borrower) includes clauses setting out:

  • The financial table;
  • Repayments;
  • Interest;
  • Fees and charges;
  • Account statements;
  • Enforcement expenses;
  • Variations and waivers; and
  • The relevant information statement and other statutory notices.

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