CONSIDERING that the Owing Party owes [the amount due] to the due party (the “defect”); and there are five important elements to include in a legal document to indicate the money owed: the amount of money owed, who owes the money, to whom the money is owed (and/or why the liability was created), the date on which the debt was created and the date on which it is to be repaid. These elements, as well as evidence of the actual existence of the debt, justify the legal right to recover a debt. Make it clear what type of contract you are starting. When lending money, make sure that the phrase “contract” and/or “Promissory Note” appears at the beginning of the document so that there is no argument for the money to be a gift. The Owing Party agrees and acknowledges that it owes the Owed Party an amount corresponding to the shortage defined above. Nothing in this payment agreement is a waiver of the sums owed and, in the event of violation of this agreement by the Owing Party, the rights of the due party are not limited to the default. By changing sola, you want to know if the terms are negotiable. This statement should make it clear whether the borrower or lender is flexible in granting or repaying the money. This is a very important part of the document. Without this information, the agreement would be useless. When the contract is concluded, make sure you receive the names of both parties correctly.
If the person creating the document is not very close to the other person, it is important to ask for this information. The document may be invalid if one of the two names is misspelled. If you have money, you can take legal action to recover the debts. But without proof, you have no recourse. In addition, the law generally limits the maximum time you can wait to take legal action. Check the laws in your respective jurisdictions. If you are the (presumed) debtor, but deny the debt for some reason, you can ask the creditor to provide proof of the debt, which means that the debt is legal and that the payment to the party requesting the payment will repay the debts. To write a legal document for the money owed, start with a list of your name and address, with the same information for the borrower. Then indicate the payment rules based on the type of loan you provide. If you choose. For example, a temperable loan with interest, you indicate that the borrower will make x payments over a specified period, a portion of the payment going in the direction of interest.
Then indicate if the loan is not guaranteed or guaranteed by guarantees. Finally, have the borrower sign and date the change of sola. For more information, including managing late or missed payments, keep reading.