Debt Mediation

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Life can be stressful when you have many creditors and not enough sources of income to repay the debts. To make matters worse, it can be hard to keep up with the repayment schedules if you owe different creditors.

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A consumer proposal is a way to come up with a solution with your creditors to repay your debts. In most proposals you repay less than the full sum outstanding, plus your creditors agree to write off the rest of your debts. It’s a “win-win” for both of you.

Just what is a consumer proposal?

Unlike an informal debt settlement plan, a consumer proposal is a legally binding agreement that you and your administrator work out with your creditors.

For over a decade, the professionals at Business Solutions and Credit Counselling Services (BSCC), a registered, government-approved credit counseling Toronto (as well as Vancouver, Calgary, and Edmonton) firm, has assisted hundreds of thousands of consumers throughout Canada to avoid bankruptcy, prepare a consumer proposal, rebuild their credit, and pay off credit card debt. These are clients who were once struggling to manage excessive debt and financial obligations. We work with each client individually, designing manageable, realistic programs to absolve your financial burden and stress. Debt settlement is one way to avoid bankruptcy and provides positive alternatives for many serious financial situations.

For more information about avoiding bankruptcy and how to become debt free, please visit us at http://www.bscc.ca or call 1-866-790-8984 today!

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Shane shares his story with Debt Mediators and how the experience has changed his life.

As one of Australia’s longest running and most trusted providers of debt solutions, Debt Mediators have helped thousands of people, just like Shane, resolve their debt and start fresh.

Farm Debt Mediation in NSW — A few problems
by ALEX ELLIOTT on 05/05/2012 · LEAVE A COMMENT · in MEDIATION

The object of the NSW Farm Debt Mediation Act 1994 is to provide for the efficient and equitable resolution of farm debt disputes. Mediation is required before a bank or financial institution can take possession of the farm or other farm property.

Section 10 of the Act provides that once a farmer gives notification that mediation is required, the bank or financial institution cannot take any enforcement action unless a certificate is in force under section 11.

Section 11 of the Act stipulates that a certificate will be issued by the Authority (NSW Rural Assistance Authority), if the Authority is satisfied that a satisfactory mediation has taken place in respect of the farm debt involved.

Mediation is a structured process in which the mediator, who must be a neutral and independent person, assists the farmer and the bank or financial institution to reach an agreement. That agreement may mean the capitalisation of interest, the extension of repayments, additional advances or increasing an overdraft limit. It may also mean the sale of certain assets over time. There are many possible settlement outcomes available to the parties.

The High Court of Australia in its decision in Waller v Hargraves Secured Investments Limited [2012] HCA 4 has added a substantial complication to the mediation process and any possible settlement.

In August 2003, Hargraves Secured Investment Limited advanced $450,000 to Ms Waller under a loan agreement. The advance was secured by a mortgage over Ms Waller’s farm. She defaulted on the loan.

Mediation was held under the provisions of the Farm Debt Mediation Act 1994. The parties entered into terms of settlement under which there was a second loan agreement for $640,000. This enabled the first loan to be paid out, along with past and future interest.

Ms Waller defaulted on the second loan.

Hargraves Secured Investment Limited commenced action in court for possession of the farm and judgment against Ms Waller.

Ms Waller appealed to the High Court from a decision of the NSW Court Appeal. The argument which was accepted by the High Court was that the enforcement proceedings were not in relation to the farm debt the subject of the mediation. There was now a new and different debt, which was distinct from the first loan. Hargraves Secured Investment Limited had not complied with the Act because the mediation only dealt with the first loan, not the new one.

So it seems that even if a section 11 certificate has been obtained in respect of a farm mortgage, a bank or financial institution must be careful that the farm debt it relates to is the same and has not been discharged in anyway prior to enforcement action. If in doubt it seems that a new notice to the farmer may have to be given.

The High Court’s decision may discourage future lending to farmers because of the uncertainty surrounding this decision. The bank or financial institution may play it safe and only offer in mediation the option of refinancing with another institution, selling the asset or agreeing to surrender the asset to the bank or financial institution. Anything else may complicate future enforcement proceedings.

This is clearly not in the interests of the rural community and the Act needs to be amended as a matter of urgency. A full range of options should be available to comply with the spirit of the legislation.

Alex Elliott

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