Floating charge

A form of security, giving a creditor such as a bank, finance company or individual lender the right to receive payment from a specific fund or from the proceeds of the sale of a specific item, property or asset of a business, should a borrower default. With a floating charge the creditor’s charge or claim is not lodged over one particular asset of the borrower but fixes on all, or nominated assets if the borrower defaults

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