1. Notarial covering bond over movable or immovable property
A notarial bond is a form of credit security that is registered in the Deeds Office over some kind of movable property that the debtor has put up as security for its obligations to the creditor in terms of the loan. Typical examples of movable property bonded notarially are vehicles, jewellery, valuable artworks, and Kruger Rands.
2. Unencumbered Life Policy / Unemcumbered Assets
Unencumbered refers to an asset or property that is free and clear of any encumbrances, such as creditor claims or liens.
3. Cession: Book of debt and securities
4. Cession of debtors post Covid-19
5. Cession of securities