Deed of Release

Download Deed of Release Template (debt recovery) in word format.  Download, save and reuse as you need.

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Deed of Release Template – Debt  Recovery

This deed also covers details such as:

  • GST liability
  • Bar to future actions
  • Admissions of liability
  • Confidentiality
  • Warranties by parties
  • Counterparts, execution
  • Costs
  • Severance
  • Variations
  • Further assurances

Deed of Release Template for use in situations where court proceedings have been commenced and are now resolved. Fully formatted in Microsoft word, ready to download edit and use. 6 pages long.

 

 

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Letters of Demand

The first step in recovering a debt is well worded letters of demand.  Initial letters of demand should be polite so that a commercial relationship can be preserved if the non-payment is merely an oversight. The intention is to let the recipient know the debt is overdue but says this in a polite way.  It also increases the likelihood of payment if the initial demand is polite.  Rude and overly threatening demands from the outset may have the effect of inducing a debtor to withhold payment. This collection contains three letters of demand, designed to be sent in sequence.

 

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