💾 Asset release agreement

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An asset release agreement is a legal document that outlines the terms of an agreement between two parties for the release of assets. The agreement outlines the assets to be released, the parties involved in the release, and the terms and conditions of the asset release.

💾 Asset release agreement

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Deed of Release (Standard Form)

A deed of release is a legal document in which a lender agrees to release all mortgages and charges granted to it by a security provider under a security agreement.

What to watch out for

  • A standard form deed of release by which a lender releases all mortgages and charges granted to it by a security provider under a security agreement.
  • The deed of release should be signed by the security provider and the lender.
  • The deed of release should be dated and witnessed.
  • The deed of release should be delivered to the security provider.
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    Remove mortgages & charges on asset

    If someone is looking to release equity from their property, they may want to remove any mortgages or charges that are on the asset. This would allow them to access the full value of the property and use it as they see fit.

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