Purchase accounts receivable from Canadian companies with this Factoring and Accounts Receivable Security Agreement with Limited Recourse.
- Under this Agreement (also called a debt purchase contract), a company needing cash for operations sells its accounts receivable to a factor for an immediate cash injection, at a discounted rate off the face value of the accounts.
- The factor has only limited recourse against the seller for the amount of any receivable which is not paid or disputed by a customer, plus interest on unpaid accounts, up to a predetermined limit.
- The factor will also pay the seller any excess funds received by the factor on customer accounts.
This Canada Factoring and Security Agreement with Limited Recourse
is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to meet your needs.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016