Common Types of Documents in Debt Claims

When a lawsuit involves a claim of debt, often the parties will exchange the following kinds of documents:

  • debt instruments such as promissory notes, mortgage agreements, assignments
  • loan agreements, guarantees, subordination, postponement, and indemnity agreements
  • land title and personal property security registry filings
  • receipts
  • bank statements
  • cancelled cheques
  • deposits slips and deposit advice memos
  • transaction confirmations
  • all written correspondence and other exchanges between the parties regarding the debt
  • in many large and complex commercial debt disputes, often the due diligence material that was exchanged during the loan negotiation process becomes relevant including financial statements, leases, and certificates
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