Each lender must send the borrower, at or before the date on which the borrower enters into the agreement, a first declaration of disclosure of a credit agreement, unless the lender has taken over the initial disclosure statement of the credit intermediary as its own. In addition to the right referred to in paragraph 1, a consumer who is a party to a contract for credit intermediation, credit repair or the supply of prescribed goods and services may terminate the contract within one year of the date of conclusion, if the consumer does not receive a copy of the contract complying with the requirements of Article 65. Subject to paragraph 6, if the parties have agreed to amend a credit agreement for a fixed-term credit agreement and the amendment amends any of the information prescribed in paragraph 2, the creditor shall provide the borrower, within thirty days of the amendment, with a supplementary disclosure statement containing the amended information. A borrower who, under a credit agreement, is required to take out insurance may acquire it from any insurer that can legally offer such insurance, except that the lender may reserve the right to refuse an insurer chosen by the borrower for reasonable reasons. A lender who proposes to offer or arrange insurance required under a credit agreement must at the same time inform the borrower in writing that the borrower can acquire the insurance through an agent or insurer at the borrower`s choice. Subject to paragraph 2, the creditor shall provide a statement of account to the borrower at least once a month after the conclusion of the contract under an open credit agreement. A borrower under a credit agreement is not required to pay the lender – financing contracts are usually governed by contract law, banking law and debt financing law. A borrower is not liable for an amount exceeding the required limit for fees not authorized under a credit agreement for open loans. Where a creditor transfers to a person the rights of the creditor with respect to the granting of loans or credit to a borrower, the assignee shall have no greater rights than the assignor and shall be subject to the same obligations, commitments and obligations as the creditor with respect to the renewal of credit or the granting of money, and the provisions of this Act shall also apply to such transfer. 3.2 If a securities trust is not recognised in your jurisdiction, an alternative mechanism is available (for example.B. a parallel debt or joint and several creditor status) in order to achieve the above effect, which would allow a party (either the agent of the security right or the facility agent) to impose claims on behalf of all lenders, so that individual lenders are not required to tax their collateral separately? a person who is a credit repair or credit intermediary; or this part does not apply to a supplier loan agreement that — 17.2 What tax or other incentives are preferred for foreign investors or creditors? What taxes apply to foreign investments, loans, mortgages or other security documents, either for efficiency or registration purposes? A borrower who makes a payment in accordance with subsection 3 is not entitled to the repayment or credit described in subsection (2). the cost of borrowing under a credit agreement if the borrower does not receive the explanations required under this Part; or the liquidator may at any time, by notification, require a creditor who holds a tax on the property of a debtor: 5.2 Are there preferential time limits, recovery rights or other preferential creditor rights (e.g.B.
Tax debts, workers` rights) in terms of security? 16.1 Has any request been made for political protection of risks, such as direct agreements with the central government or political risk guarantees? in the case of credit intermediation, the consumer receives the credit or loan of money that the credit intermediary has assisted the consumer; In addition, the Insolvency Law provides that, where the assets of a bankrupt debtor are subject to security, the trustee in bankruptcy may apply to the court for an injunction allowing the liquidator to dispose of the immovable property as if he were not covered by the security, but only if he is satisfied that the assignment of the asset is likely to bring a better overall result to the debtor`s creditors. . . .