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is a Letter of Credit?
It is up to the Applicant to ensure that he/she can use a 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 The Company or Institution, The Issuer.
The Issuer 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 - FOR REAL ESTATE DEPOSIT
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 estate attorneys. Although 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 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, Corporate and 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".
WHAT DOES A LETTER
OF CREDIT LOOK LIKE?
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES
AND DISADVANTAGES OF LETTERS OF CREDIT?
For information on Tuoroell Letters of Credit
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