Telex: EFIB RS20030
We Specialize in: Letters of Credit, Business Import/Export, Commercial
Tuoroell does not take savings deposits it only does letters of
fees are non-refundable. If Applicant fails to close on the Letter
Of Credit for any reason whatsoever, Tuoroell shall retain such
fees. If Tuoroell fails to provide the Letter Of Credit Draft for
any reason whatsoever, other than Applicant’s misrepresentation,
SBLC/LC deposit fee shall be returned to Applicant in the sole discretion
of Tuoroell whereupon both Tuoroell and Applicant shall be relieved
of all obligations under the documents and under the Letter Of Credit
Contracts. All fees are considers earned when a draft of a letter
of credit is prepared by Tuoroell.
If Tuoroell decides to provide a refund, the process will take about
30 to 60 days and all letters of credits and documents must be returned.
And the Beneficiary must agree to the return of the LOC. It is up
to the Applicant to ensure that he/she can use a Tuoroell Letter
of Credit for the purpose intended. Applicant should check with
the Beneficiary to ensure that the Beneficiary will accept Applicant’s
LOC or SBLC from Tuoroell.
prepares and issues the letters of credit. Applicant must provide
suitable collateral for their Letter of Credit and must have the
capacity to pay their letters of credit at the appointed time.
LETTERS OF CREDIT -
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Letters of credit are often used in leases and other real estate
transactions to secure obligations. Instead of providing a cash
security deposit, a tenant or buyer may secure its obligations under
a lease or purchase contract with a letter of credit. An attorney
representing a party giving or receiving a letter of credit needs
to understand the law of letters of credit, their risks and benefits.
Because real estate attorneys may lack that expertise, information
is intended to provide a basic primer on letters of credit for real
this information focus on the use of letters of credit in lease
and purchase transactions, many of the principles set out below
apply to other real estate transactions.
A letter of credit is a commitment made by a Financial Institution,
a Corporation or other party (the “issuer”), upon the application
of the issuer’s client (the “applicant”), to pay the amount of the
letter of credit to a third party (the “beneficiary”) upon the beneficiary’s
submission to the issuer of the documents listed in the letter of
credit. By separate reimbursement agreement, the applicant agrees
to pay the issuer for any liability to be incurred by the issuer
under the letter of credit.
Although letters of credit may theoretically be issued by anyone,
Institution letters of credit are typically used in commerce. Translated
into leasing parlance, the tenant, or purchaser, “applicant”, requests
its Institution (the issuer) to issue a letter of credit to the
landlord, or seller who is the “beneficiary”.
DOES A LETTER OF CREDIT LOOK LIKE? Letters of credit are typically
one or two page documents. Each issuer, however, has its own form
of letters of credit and may refuse to use a form dictated by the
beneficiary. Accordingly, the beneficiary’s attorney should be prepared
to review the issuer’s form to determine if it is appropriate for
ARE THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF LETTERS OF CREDIT? Letters
of credit are generally regarded as superior to cash security in
a bankruptcy. However, because letters of credit involve some disadvantages
(which may be ignored in the rush for a more secure form of security),
it is important for the beneficiary to make an informed decision
about whether or not to require the Applicant to secure its obligations
with a letter of credit. Bankruptcy Considerations Because letters
of credit are viewed as more advantageous in bankruptcy than cash
security, security in the form of a letter of credit may be required
by landlords leasing space to high risk tenants (such as start up
companies, restaurant tenants, and dot coms).
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