Cancellation of Business Debt Holds Traps for the Unwary

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In today’s economic environment, businesses are looking to modify and re-structure debt to pull through until the economy turns around. Rather than allowing so many loans to go bad, lenders are working with debtors to re-structure loans in a manner that allows the debtor to stay in business. For example, a lender may allow a debtor to cease making payments for six months in exchange for increasing the interest rate for the life of the loan. Another example would be a lender who might agree to reduce the principal amount of a loan increasing the probability of receiving some return of capital rather than risking that the borrower would stop paying altogether.

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