Ranking of security / Priority / inter-creditor agreements

Welcome to Francis Wilks & Jones, one of the country’s leading firms of commercial finance lawyers. Amongst our expertise is advising both borrowers and lenders on the ranking of security, priority of security and inter-creditor agreements. Whatever your enquiry, please do contact us on 020 7841 0390 and we will endeavour to assist you.

1. What is a Deed of Priority?

Do you need to enter into a deed of priority? Do you need any assistance with negotiating a deed of priority or intercreditor deed. Our team of specialist legal advisors can help on all aspects of a deed of priority or intercreditor deed where you need a draft or to negotiate a deed of priority or intercreditor deed.
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2. Competing security interest in deeds of priority

Competing security interests arise when more than one creditor has taken security over the same asset(s). Determining the order of priority between those security interests decides the order in which each of the secured creditors can realise and be repaid from the sale of the secured property in an enforcement or insolvency scenario.

We at Francis Wilks & Jones have expertise on drafting deeds of priority to ensure that all security interests are correctly reflected. 
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3. Deed of Priority from a lenders point of view

What does a lender consider when he enters into a deed of priority? Do you need any assistance with negotiating a deed of priority? Our team of specialist legal advisors can help on all aspects of a deed of priority or intercreditor deed where you need to draft or negotiate a deed of priority or intercreditor deed.
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4. What is the difference between an intercreditor deed and a subordination agreement?

Are you a business owner who needs to know the difference between an intercreditor deed and a subordination agreement? Our experts can provide you with straight forward advice. Subordination agreement are very important when directors provide a loan to their own business and now thinking of raising funds from a high street bank.
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