A down payment loan is usually an on-demand loan, which means that the borrower immediately pays, upon request, the amount of money set out in the loan, without any conditions having to be met. This contrasts with a conditional loan (or default obligation) for which the bondholder is only liable if it has been found that there is a breach. (h) the examples for which advance agreements may be particularly important are the following: as these obligations allow cash to be paid before carrying out work, they offer the contractor significant cash flow advantages by giving him the opportunity to carry out off-site if necessary and by offering the beneficiary of the loan a certain degree of comfort. (14) Cost of construction equipment and equipment (see point (d) 31.105). Although the mechanism of early borrowing is quite simple if it was issued in the form of an on-demand guarantee (as is often the case), it could be open to illegal calls from the employer, even if part of the advance has already been repaid. f) before the negotiation of a prior agreement, the government negotiator – b) preliminary agreements may be negotiated either before or during a contract, but must be negotiated before the costs incurred. Agreements must be in writing, executed by both parties and included in existing and future treaties. A prior agreement contains a declaration of applicability and duration. As a general rule, in the case of a construction project, a down payment guarantee is required from the customer when the contractor requests an advance payment to cover significant start-up or purchase costs that may be incurred before the start of the work. If the procuring entity undertakes to pay a deposit (sometimes called a deposit) to a supplier, a bond may be required to ensure payment in the event of delay by the contractor. This is called Advance Borrowing (APB), Prepayment Guarantee or Prepayment. (c) The contracting entity is not entitled under this point 31.109 to accept cost treatment incompatible with that part. For example, a prior agreement cannot provide that interest is allowed, regardless of 31.205-20.
(g) following the negotiations, the sponsor shall draw up copies of the agreement concluded and, where appropriate, distribute it to other interested agencies and offices, including the audit office, together with the information referred to in points 15.406 to 3. (e) The managing director or any other contract agent assigned to Part 42 shall negotiate preliminary agreements, except that a pre-contractual agreement relating only to a contract or class of contracts of a single contract office shall be negotiated by a contractual decision at the contract office or by a count of attack, when mandated by the contract agent. . . .