Factoring Agreement – Full Recourse

Factoring Agreement – Full Recourse

Summary: Use this factoring agreement to formalize a factoring relationship in which a company sells its accounts receivable to a factor (buyer) for cash, at a discount on the face value of the receivable balance. In this agreement, the buyer has full recourse against the seller for the amount of any receivable which is not paid or disputed by a customer together with interest on unpaid accounts, subject to a limitation as defined in the factoring agreement.
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Factoring And Security Agreement – full recourse



THIS AGREEMENT


made effective as of the _____ day of ______________, _______ between
[NAME OF

Seller
]
[address] (the “Seller”) and [NAME OF

Buyer
]
[address] (the “Buyer”)

 



WHEREAS


Seller wishes to obtain short-term financing by factoring, selling and assigning to Buyer certain acceptable accounts receivable in accordance with the terms of this Agreement at a discount below face value and on recourse, as set in this Agreement.

 


1.                 Definitions


(a)
 “Account” means any right to payment for any reason whatsoever including
but not limited to goods sold, leased or delivered, or services provided, or
refunds due, as sold and assigned to the Buyer pursuant to this Agreement,
including but not limited to those Accounts set out in Schedule “A” attached.


(b)
 “Acceptable Account” means an Account in respect of which all of the
representations and warranties set forth herein are true and accurate, including
the Accounts set out in Schedule “A” attached.


(c)
 “Buyer” means the buyer of Accounts from the Seller as set out above.


(d)
 “Seller” means the seller and assignor of the Accounts as set out above.


(e)
 “Credit Problem” includes any circumstance which may adversely affect a
Customer’s ability to pay of its obligations (including any Account) when due.


(f)
 “Customer” means Seller’s customer or the account debtor of any Account
purchased by Buyer pursuant to this Agreement.



(g)
 “Customer Dispute” means any claim by customer against Seller, of any
kind whatsoever, valid or invalid, that reduces the amount collectible from
Customer by Buyer in respect of any Account purchased by Buyer.

 


(h)
 “Interest Rate” means the rate of ##% per year, which will be charged on
any and all overdue payments from Seller to Buyer of any kind whatsoever under
this Agreement.


2.                  Representations, Warranties And Covenants By Seller


As an inducement for Buyer to enter into this Agreement, and with full knowledge
that the truth and accuracy of the representations and warranties of Seller in
this Agreement are being relied upon by Buyer instead of the delay of a complete
credit investigation, Seller represents and warrants that the following
statements are true and correct, and covenants that the same will remain true
and correct for so long as any amount remains owing to Buyer hereunder:


(a)
 Seller is properly licensed and authorized to operate its business.


(b)
 The complete and proper legal name of Seller is as set out above, and
Seller has no French version of such name.


(c)
 Seller’s business is solvent.


(d)
 Each Customer’s business is solvent, to the best of Seller’s information
and knowledge.


(e)
 Seller is, at the time of purchase by Buyer, the lawful owner of and has
good and undisputed title to the Accounts purchased by Buyer.


(f)
 Customer shall have no right of set-off, abatement or reduction
whatsoever in respect of any Account which is offered for sale by Seller to
Buyer.