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Credit Application Form Legal Entities and Businesses

Credit Application Form Legal Entities and Businesses

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R 313,49

Document requesting credit for businesses/ legal entities, including financial and business information.

  • Determines creditworthiness.
  • Establishes credit limits.
  • Provides documentation for collections.
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CREDIT APPLICATION FORM LEGAL ENTITIES AND BUSINESSES

Summary If you operate your business on a credit basis, ie. Your business customers (corporates, or legal entities) pay you after goods or services have been delivered, then this application form can be a useful tool. By getting your customer to complete the form before doing business with them, it allows you to accumulate customer information. The information helps to conduct background checks on the prospective customer and assess whether you are willing to grant payment terms.

If you want to grant credit to customers being individuals, have a look at our Credit Application Form for Individuals.

Why do I need a Credit Application Form? An application form helps you to accumulate information on your client. With this information, you can conduct various verification and background checks to determine whether the customer is one you want to do business with. The information is also useful in the event that you need to take action against a defaulting customer.

What does the template Application Form say? The form requires the applicant to answer questions and complete information pertaining to: Customer’s Details; Customer’s Personnel Details; Banking Details; Trade References; Customer’s financials; Related Parties; Consents; Customer Signature; Documents required; Supplier Confirmation; Related parties’ credit consent.

What does the template Credit Application Form look like? The standard form can be printed onto five pages.

What do you need to do to use a Credit Application Form?

  • Read the template application form to ensure that it suits your requirements. Make changes as required.
  • Fill in your details as the Supplier where specified
  • Ask your applicant to complete the form before you consider selling good or services to them on a credit basis.

 Also viewed: Cession & Pledge of Goods

Why Make use of Credit Application Forms?


A credit application form is a document used to collect information from individuals or businesses seeking to obtain credit from a financial institution or creditor. (it is also known as a business credit application form or credit form)

The particulars of a credit application form:

  • Credit application form: It is a standardized form for credit applications and is used to gather necessary details from applicants requesting credit such the following details; their credit history, credit risks, any extending , personal guarantee, personal details, details of the business owner.
  • It also includes the following information; details such as the applicant’s cell phone and home phone number, the address of the customers or small business, a general credit check within the customer credit application form.
  • Credit application templates: The credit application templates are a pre-designed format that serves as a starting point for creating customer credit application forms. The business credit application form or credit application templates are used by lenders extending credit to customers such as a small business. Banks often make use of a credit application form.
  • Credit application process: The series of steps involved in reviewing and evaluating credit applications and is usually done by lenders such as banks.
  • Credit history: The applicant’s past borrowing and repayment behavior, which helps creditors assess creditworthiness.
  • Business credit application form: Specifically designed for businesses, it collects relevant business information for credit evaluation and legally bind the customer.
  • Customer credit application form: Used to collect customer-specific details, such as personal and financial information, for credit assessment and to establish a line of credit for the client.
  • Trade references: these are generally documents of information provided by applicants regarding their business relationships with other companies to verify their creditworthiness and all the information relating to the client debts.
  • Personal guarantee: A commitment by the lender to take personal responsibility for repaying the credit (money) if the business fails to do so.
  • Financial institution: The organization or entity that provides credit and financial services.
  • Employment status: Information about the lender or applicant’s current employment or business ownership.
  • Address: The applicant’s residential or business address, which helps establish their identity and location.
  • Social security number: A unique identification number assigned to individuals for tax and credit purposes.
  • Payment history: A record of the lender or applicant’s past payment performance, indicating their reliability in meeting financial obligations.
  • Accounts: Existing accounts held by the applicant or lender with other creditors or financial institutions.
  • Verification: The process of confirming the accuracy and validity of the information provided in the credit application form by the lender.
  • Debt: Any outstanding financial obligations or loans that the applicant currently holds.
  • Lender: The entity or institution extending credit to the applicant.
  • Client: Refers to the individual or business seeking credit from a creditor.
  • Determine: The assessment made by creditors to decide whether to approve or decline the credit application.
  • Documents: Supporting paperwork or evidence required as part of the credit application process.
  • Funds: The amount of money requested as credit by the applicant.
  • Create: Referring to the act of generating or completing a credit application form.
  • Writing: The information provided in the credit application should be accurately and clearly written.
  • Collect: The process of gathering all necessary information and documents for the credit application.

Note: The specific details and requirements on a credit application form may vary depending on the creditor, the type of credit being applied for, and the applicable regulations.

The Online Agreements Shop cc and its members, staff, legal advisers, partners and consultants, agents and any person associated therewith cannot be held liable for any loss or damage that is incurred or may be incurred by any person as a direct or indirect result of the use of this website or any document or information contained on or obtained from this website, nor as a result of anything that is contained in or left out of any document.

How do I receive my documents once I have paid for them?

Once your order is complete, you will be granted download permission for the document. You will:

  • See download links on the order received page after you have checked out.
  • Receive an email notification which will include download links.
  • Have access to your downloads via the Downloads tab on your ‘My Account’ page when logged in to your account on this website.
What format do you provide the document in?

You’ll receive the document in Microsoft Word. A small number of our documents are only available in PDF, in which case this is stated in the document summary.

What if I don't receive the link?

The two most common reasons for people not receiving the link are : (i) The e-mail address entered into the order form was incorrect; or (ii) the e-mail was directed into your spam folder. First please check your spam folder. If it is not there, contact us.

How can I tell if the document is suitable for my requirements?

Each document is accompanied by a description. Read the description to see if it will meet your requirements. If you are still uncertain, you can Contact Us with a brief overview of what you need the document for and we will respond as soon as possible.

Can I make changes to the contracts and legal documents?

Our documents are provided in MS Word format, allowing you to adjust and alter the agreement as you require. If you do not have legal experience we do caution you to be circumspect about the extent of the changes that you make.

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CREDIT APPLICATION FORM LEGAL ENTITIES AND BUSINESSES

Summary If you operate your business on a credit basis, ie. Your business customers (corporates, or legal entities) pay you after goods or services have been delivered, then this application form can be a useful tool. By getting your customer to complete the form before doing business with them, it allows you to accumulate customer information. The information helps to conduct background checks on the prospective customer and assess whether you are willing to grant payment terms.

If you want to grant credit to customers being individuals, have a look at our Credit Application Form for Individuals.

Why do I need a Credit Application Form? An application form helps you to accumulate information on your client. With this information, you can conduct various verification and background checks to determine whether the customer is one you want to do business with. The information is also useful in the event that you need to take action against a defaulting customer.

What does the template Application Form say? The form requires the applicant to answer questions and complete information pertaining to: Customer’s Details; Customer’s Personnel Details; Banking Details; Trade References; Customer’s financials; Related Parties; Consents; Customer Signature; Documents required; Supplier Confirmation; Related parties’ credit consent.

What does the template Credit Application Form look like? The standard form can be printed onto five pages.

What do you need to do to use a Credit Application Form?

  • Read the template application form to ensure that it suits your requirements. Make changes as required.
  • Fill in your details as the Supplier where specified
  • Ask your applicant to complete the form before you consider selling good or services to them on a credit basis.

 Also viewed: Cession & Pledge of Goods

Why Make use of Credit Application Forms?


A credit application form is a document used to collect information from individuals or businesses seeking to obtain credit from a financial institution or creditor. (it is also known as a business credit application form or credit form)

The particulars of a credit application form:

  • Credit application form: It is a standardized form for credit applications and is used to gather necessary details from applicants requesting credit such the following details; their credit history, credit risks, any extending , personal guarantee, personal details, details of the business owner.
  • It also includes the following information; details such as the applicant’s cell phone and home phone number, the address of the customers or small business, a general credit check within the customer credit application form.
  • Credit application templates: The credit application templates are a pre-designed format that serves as a starting point for creating customer credit application forms. The business credit application form or credit application templates are used by lenders extending credit to customers such as a small business. Banks often make use of a credit application form.
  • Credit application process: The series of steps involved in reviewing and evaluating credit applications and is usually done by lenders such as banks.
  • Credit history: The applicant’s past borrowing and repayment behavior, which helps creditors assess creditworthiness.
  • Business credit application form: Specifically designed for businesses, it collects relevant business information for credit evaluation and legally bind the customer.
  • Customer credit application form: Used to collect customer-specific details, such as personal and financial information, for credit assessment and to establish a line of credit for the client.
  • Trade references: these are generally documents of information provided by applicants regarding their business relationships with other companies to verify their creditworthiness and all the information relating to the client debts.
  • Personal guarantee: A commitment by the lender to take personal responsibility for repaying the credit (money) if the business fails to do so.
  • Financial institution: The organization or entity that provides credit and financial services.
  • Employment status: Information about the lender or applicant’s current employment or business ownership.
  • Address: The applicant’s residential or business address, which helps establish their identity and location.
  • Social security number: A unique identification number assigned to individuals for tax and credit purposes.
  • Payment history: A record of the lender or applicant’s past payment performance, indicating their reliability in meeting financial obligations.
  • Accounts: Existing accounts held by the applicant or lender with other creditors or financial institutions.
  • Verification: The process of confirming the accuracy and validity of the information provided in the credit application form by the lender.
  • Debt: Any outstanding financial obligations or loans that the applicant currently holds.
  • Lender: The entity or institution extending credit to the applicant.
  • Client: Refers to the individual or business seeking credit from a creditor.
  • Determine: The assessment made by creditors to decide whether to approve or decline the credit application.
  • Documents: Supporting paperwork or evidence required as part of the credit application process.
  • Funds: The amount of money requested as credit by the applicant.
  • Create: Referring to the act of generating or completing a credit application form.
  • Writing: The information provided in the credit application should be accurately and clearly written.
  • Collect: The process of gathering all necessary information and documents for the credit application.

Note: The specific details and requirements on a credit application form may vary depending on the creditor, the type of credit being applied for, and the applicable regulations.

The Online Agreements Shop cc and its members, staff, legal advisers, partners and consultants, agents and any person associated therewith cannot be held liable for any loss or damage that is incurred or may be incurred by any person as a direct or indirect result of the use of this website or any document or information contained on or obtained from this website, nor as a result of anything that is contained in or left out of any document.