The Arizona unsecured promissory note is an agreement between two parties that establish various aspects of their personal information in addition to the basics of how the loan will be paid back. The word “unsecured” refers to the fact that the lender has no security in the agreement. If the borrower cannot pay the agreed upon amount and defaults, the lender has no established method of obtaining his or her money back. Because of this, the borrower will typically be family, a close friend, or an individual with a high credit rating.
How to Write
Step 1 – Enter the current date, followed by the names of the lender and borrower, their addresses, and the full amount of the loan and its associated interest rate.
Step 2 – In section 1, select the payment method. There are three (3) options available, the first option does not involve multiple payments, but requires the borrower to make a single payment to the lender at a predetermined time. The second option involves scheduled monetary payments. The third and final option requires the borrower to pay the interest only until the full amount borrowed is paid for. If an option involving multiple payments is selected, look below the main installments and select either monthly or weekly payments as well as the time spans within them.
Step 3 – For sections 3, 4, and 6 enter the following into the empty text boxes:
- Due Date of the Full Payment
- Interest Rate in the case of a default
- Time span and cost of late fee
Step 4 – For section 7, enter the time span in regards to Acceleration.
Step 5 – Directly below section 14 enter the date the document is signed.
Step 6 – On the bottom of the document, the printed and signed names of the borrower, the lender, and any witnesses to the signing of the agreement are required.