Under Dutch (Dutch) law, the Dutch civil code designates the guarantee as an agreement by which a third party undertakes a contractual creditor to comply with a debtor`s contractual obligations. Such a guarantee agreement is concluded between the surety company and the creditor. The debtor of the guaranteed commitment is not required to participate in such an agreement. It is even possible that such a guarantee agreement will be concluded without the debtor`s knowledge or agreement. Article 7:850 of the Dutch Civil Code is established: 1. A guarantee agreement is an agreement under which one of the parties (hereafter referred to as the guarantee) has committed to the other party (the “creditor”) to fulfil an obligation that a third party (the principal debtor) has owed or returned to the creditor. 2. For the validity of a guarantee agreement, it is not necessary for the principal debtor to know the existence of the guarantee in question. 3. The legal provisions relating to joint and several bonds apply to a bonding contract, as long as the provisions of this security do not deviate from it. With regard to the nature of the commitment guaranteed by a guarantee agreement under Dutch law, Article 7:854 of the Dutch Civil Code states that if the principal debtor`s guaranteed commitment relates to a benefit other than the payment of a sum of money, the surety contract is considered a guarantee of the creditor`s claim on the sum of money. which is attributable to the principal debtor if it has not fulfilled its primary obligation to the creditor, unless the surety agreement expressly provides for something else.  The interest of security is largely governed by Article 9 of the Single Code of Trade (UCC).
This legislation will ensure consistency across the credit sector and warns debtors and creditors about their rights. Over the years, section 9 has become one of the most important elements of the code. It applies to all transactions that awaken loneliness to personal property. In general, security descriptions should “reasonably [identify] what is described.” The UCC provides examples of reasonable description: the borrower can only have a limited option to provide guarantees that would satisfy lenders. Even if a security agreement grants only a partial security interest to the property, lenders may be reluctant to offer financing for the property. The possibility of cross-protection would remain, which would require the liquidation of the property to attempt to release its value and compensate the lenders. Real estate that can be declared as collateral under a security agreement includes inventory of products, furniture, equipment used by a company, home furnishings and real estate owned by the company. The borrower is responsible for maintaining security in good condition in the event of a default. The property classified as collateral should not be removed from the premises unless the property is required in the normal framework of operations. An investment agent is an interest in real estate or otherwise that ensures the repayment of a debt or the execution of another obligation. If the party granting the security does not comply with its commitment, the holder of the securities interest may, as a general rule, take possession of the asset in question and sell it in order to recover any losses. Security interest drastically reduces the risk a lender takes, allowing for lower interest rates and other incentives to borrow.
When an interest in securities is granted, the exchange is called a “secure transaction.” Many lenders are reluctant to enter into agreements that would jeopardize their ability to obtain adequate compensation in the event of a borrower`s late payment. Entrepreneurs seeking financing from multiple sources may find themselves in difficult positions when borrowers need security agreements for their assets.