The following Restructuring & Insolvency precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[To be printed on headed notepaper of the lender making demand]
To: [Insert name of individual and/or position]
[insert name of the Guarantor or other relevant entity]
[insert email address]
[copy [specify to who]]
BY [HAND OR FIRST CLASS POST OR FACSIMILE OR EMAIL]
[Insert date of letter]
Guarantee and indemnity deed dated [insert date] provided by [insert name of guarantor] (the Guarantor) in favour of [insert name of lender] (the Lender) in relation to the obligations of [insert name of company] (the Company) (the Guarantee)
[Debenture dated [insert date] entered into by the Guarantor in favour of the Lender (the Debenture)]
Unless expressly defined otherwise, all words and expressions defined in the Guarantee shall have the same meaning in this letter.
References to “you” refer to the Guarantor and references to “we” or “us” refer to the Lender.
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