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Finance Agreement Instalment Sale Agreement

Finance Agreement Instalment Sale Agreement

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R 1 906,30

Agreement for lender to finance goods for repayments, with provision for transferring ownership upon completion.

  • Allows for ownership without upfront cost.
  • Fixed repayment schedule.
  • Protection under Consumer Protection Act.
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INSTALMENT SALE AGREEMENT

With a Pre-Agreement Proposal

(in terms of the NCA)

Summary A lender that finances goods (such as vehicles, equipment, office furniture etc) for people on an instalment sale basis may consider using this Instalment Sale Agreement. Provision is made for ownership in the Goods to pass to the borrower once the loan has been repaid. The Pre-Proposal Quotation and Instalment Sale contract have been drafted with the National Credit Act in mind.

The NCA-required Pre-Agreement Quotation is included with this document.

Why would I need an Instalment Sale Agreement? A contract for an Instalment Sale is used when a person finances goods for someone else, on the basis that ownership in the goods passes to the lender once the loan has been repaid in full. For example, computers, furniture, audio goods, vehicles etc. This Agreement provides for a loan that is repaid in instalments over a specific period, with regular payment obligations.

What does the Instalment Sale Agreement say?

The Pre-Agreement Proposal covers the following issues: Description of goods; Finance details; Finance term; Instalments.

The Instalment Sale terms covers the following issues: Definitions; Suspensive Conditions; Sale of Goods; Delivery and Risk; Insurance; Security; Use; Fees and Charges; Interest; Instalments; Early termination; Customer warranties and undertakings; Default; Consents; Delivery address; General.

How long is the template contract? The template Pre-Agreement Proposal can be printed onto three pages, and the template Instalment Sale terms can be printed onto ten pages.

What do you need to do to use the Instalment Sale Agreement?

  • Read the documents to ensure that they suit your requirements. Make changes as required.
  • Complete the relevant details in the Pre-Agreement Proposal and the Instalment Sale Agreement as they pertain to the borrower.
  • Ensure that the documents are signed by both the financier and the borrower.

Before signing this agreement, the financier is advised to conduct a comprehensive financial and credit check on the borrower, and get the borrower to complete a separate application form for a credit facility.

This Agreement is intended for use in cases where the National Credit Act applies. While it has been drafted in accordance with our interpretation of the legislation, we recommend that you obtain independent advice before using an Installment Sale Agreement. Agreements Online will not be liable for any damages you may suffer due to your non-compliance with any regulatory requirements.

Also known as: Sale Agreement; Hire-Purchase Agreement; Finance Agreement; HP Agreement; Installment Sale Contract

Also viewed: Financial Lease Agreement

The benefits of using Instalment sale agreements:

An installment sale agreement, also known as a finance agreement, is a contract between a buyer and a seller that allows the buyer to purchase a property or asset and pay for it over time through installments.

The following are some of the use, clauses, highlights, and benefits of an installment sale agreement:

  • Use: Installment sale agreements are commonly used when buyers cannot pay the full purchase price upfront or cannot secure bank finance for the purchase.
  • Clauses: Installment sale agreements typically include clauses that specify the purchase price, interest rate, initial deposit, capital installments, and agreement term. They may also specify the occupational rent payable if the buyer takes occupation of the property before transfer, the responsibility of the parties regarding the property until transfer, and any agent’s commission payable.
  • Highlights: The sale agreement becomes legally binding when both parties accept it, and the buyer takes possession of the property or asset. The seller retains the title deed until the full purchase price is paid, and the buyer can only transfer the property into their name once the outstanding balance is settled.
  • Benefits: Buyers who do not qualify for bank finance can still purchase a property or asset through an installment sale agreement. The National Credit Regulator oversees installment sale agreements to ensure that they comply with the National Credit Act. Additionally, the transfer of ownership can happen sooner than with bank finance.
  • An installment sale agreement, also known as an “ala agreement”, is a legal agreement between a buyer and a seller where the buyer agrees to purchase an asset or property from the seller, paying the purchase price in installments over an agreed-upon period of time.One of the most important aspects of an installment sale agreement is the interest rate, which is the percentage charged on the outstanding balance of the purchase price. Interest rates can vary depending on the agreement term and the creditworthiness of the buyer.

    The transfer of ownership of the asset or property is usually done at the deeds office, where the buyer receives the title deed once the full purchase price has been paid.

    If the buyer wants to transfer ownership sooner, they will have to pay off the outstanding balance on the agreement.

    Installment sale agreements are commonly used for residential purposes, especially for those who are not able to obtain bank finance or home loans. Banks may be hesitant to provide loans to buyers who do not meet their strict lending criteria, and installment sale agreements can provide an alternative solution for both the seller and the buyer.

    The bank may also be involved in the installment sale agreement as a credit provider, providing loans to the seller, which are secured against the property being sold. This means that if the seller defaults on their loan, the bank can take possession of the property to recover the outstanding balance.

    The seller has the responsibility to ensure that the property is free of any encumbrances or debts, and that the transfer of ownership is done on behalf of the buyer.

    As part of the agreement, the buyer agrees to repay the full purchase price, including interest, in installments over an agreed-upon period of time. The seller accepts this repayment on the buyer’s behalf.

    In summary, installment sale agreements provide an alternative solution for buyers who are unable to obtain bank finance or home loans. The agreements involve the payment of the purchase price in installments, with interest charged on the outstanding balance. The transfer of ownership is done at the deeds office, and the bank may be involved as a credit provider or to secure the loan. The seller has the responsibility to ensure the property is free of any encumbrances, and the buyer accepts the responsibility to repay the full purchase price on the seller’s behalf.

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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INSTALMENT SALE AGREEMENT

With a Pre-Agreement Proposal

(in terms of the NCA)

Summary A lender that finances goods (such as vehicles, equipment, office furniture etc) for people on an instalment sale basis may consider using this Instalment Sale Agreement. Provision is made for ownership in the Goods to pass to the borrower once the loan has been repaid. The Pre-Proposal Quotation and Instalment Sale contract have been drafted with the National Credit Act in mind.

The NCA-required Pre-Agreement Quotation is included with this document.

Why would I need an Instalment Sale Agreement? A contract for an Instalment Sale is used when a person finances goods for someone else, on the basis that ownership in the goods passes to the lender once the loan has been repaid in full. For example, computers, furniture, audio goods, vehicles etc. This Agreement provides for a loan that is repaid in instalments over a specific period, with regular payment obligations.

What does the Instalment Sale Agreement say?

The Pre-Agreement Proposal covers the following issues: Description of goods; Finance details; Finance term; Instalments.

The Instalment Sale terms covers the following issues: Definitions; Suspensive Conditions; Sale of Goods; Delivery and Risk; Insurance; Security; Use; Fees and Charges; Interest; Instalments; Early termination; Customer warranties and undertakings; Default; Consents; Delivery address; General.

How long is the template contract? The template Pre-Agreement Proposal can be printed onto three pages, and the template Instalment Sale terms can be printed onto ten pages.

What do you need to do to use the Instalment Sale Agreement?

  • Read the documents to ensure that they suit your requirements. Make changes as required.
  • Complete the relevant details in the Pre-Agreement Proposal and the Instalment Sale Agreement as they pertain to the borrower.
  • Ensure that the documents are signed by both the financier and the borrower.

Before signing this agreement, the financier is advised to conduct a comprehensive financial and credit check on the borrower, and get the borrower to complete a separate application form for a credit facility.

This Agreement is intended for use in cases where the National Credit Act applies. While it has been drafted in accordance with our interpretation of the legislation, we recommend that you obtain independent advice before using an Installment Sale Agreement. Agreements Online will not be liable for any damages you may suffer due to your non-compliance with any regulatory requirements.

Also known as: Sale Agreement; Hire-Purchase Agreement; Finance Agreement; HP Agreement; Installment Sale Contract

Also viewed: Financial Lease Agreement

The benefits of using Instalment sale agreements:

An installment sale agreement, also known as a finance agreement, is a contract between a buyer and a seller that allows the buyer to purchase a property or asset and pay for it over time through installments.

The following are some of the use, clauses, highlights, and benefits of an installment sale agreement:

  • Use: Installment sale agreements are commonly used when buyers cannot pay the full purchase price upfront or cannot secure bank finance for the purchase.
  • Clauses: Installment sale agreements typically include clauses that specify the purchase price, interest rate, initial deposit, capital installments, and agreement term. They may also specify the occupational rent payable if the buyer takes occupation of the property before transfer, the responsibility of the parties regarding the property until transfer, and any agent’s commission payable.
  • Highlights: The sale agreement becomes legally binding when both parties accept it, and the buyer takes possession of the property or asset. The seller retains the title deed until the full purchase price is paid, and the buyer can only transfer the property into their name once the outstanding balance is settled.
  • Benefits: Buyers who do not qualify for bank finance can still purchase a property or asset through an installment sale agreement. The National Credit Regulator oversees installment sale agreements to ensure that they comply with the National Credit Act. Additionally, the transfer of ownership can happen sooner than with bank finance.
  • An installment sale agreement, also known as an “ala agreement”, is a legal agreement between a buyer and a seller where the buyer agrees to purchase an asset or property from the seller, paying the purchase price in installments over an agreed-upon period of time.One of the most important aspects of an installment sale agreement is the interest rate, which is the percentage charged on the outstanding balance of the purchase price. Interest rates can vary depending on the agreement term and the creditworthiness of the buyer.

    The transfer of ownership of the asset or property is usually done at the deeds office, where the buyer receives the title deed once the full purchase price has been paid.

    If the buyer wants to transfer ownership sooner, they will have to pay off the outstanding balance on the agreement.

    Installment sale agreements are commonly used for residential purposes, especially for those who are not able to obtain bank finance or home loans. Banks may be hesitant to provide loans to buyers who do not meet their strict lending criteria, and installment sale agreements can provide an alternative solution for both the seller and the buyer.

    The bank may also be involved in the installment sale agreement as a credit provider, providing loans to the seller, which are secured against the property being sold. This means that if the seller defaults on their loan, the bank can take possession of the property to recover the outstanding balance.

    The seller has the responsibility to ensure that the property is free of any encumbrances or debts, and that the transfer of ownership is done on behalf of the buyer.

    As part of the agreement, the buyer agrees to repay the full purchase price, including interest, in installments over an agreed-upon period of time. The seller accepts this repayment on the buyer’s behalf.

    In summary, installment sale agreements provide an alternative solution for buyers who are unable to obtain bank finance or home loans. The agreements involve the payment of the purchase price in installments, with interest charged on the outstanding balance. The transfer of ownership is done at the deeds office, and the bank may be involved as a credit provider or to secure the loan. The seller has the responsibility to ensure the property is free of any encumbrances, and the buyer accepts the responsibility to repay the full purchase price on the seller’s behalf.

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.