Chattel leases Native title rights Heritage issues Contaminated sites or

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Chattel leases.Native title rights.Heritage issues.Contaminated sites or properties near noxious industries.Did the Student provide evidence of their ability to explain the complex nature of the following: The implications of borrowing against leased premises.Multiple securities of differing kinds.Elizabeth Arche
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FNSFMB504 Implement complex loan structures Assessment Guide Copyright © Mentor Education Pty Ltd RTO 21683 11 Rural land.Specialised securities (such as hotels).Did the Student provide evidence of their ability to explainthe following forms of security that are to be taken for complex loan structures: The assignment of rental income to the lender.Joint and several personal or related company guarantees.Multiple mortgages.Registered company charges.Second mortgages.The involvement of unit or family trusts as eitherborrowers or guarantors.Feedback to Student: Result SatisfactoryNot Yet SatisfactoryAssessor’s Signature:Date:
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FNSFMB504 Implement complex loan structures Assessment Guide Copyright © Mentor Education Pty Ltd RTO 21683 13 3.learly explain the implementation actions required by the client, and obtain writenagrement from the client to proced with the actions and establish the implementationrecords. rovide a copy of the writen agrement.4.Implement the actions, using timing and priority to maximise the advantage for theclient.erform the folowing steps to establish the apropriate procedures for implementation5.Identify the relevant personel, and brief them on the implementation of each action forloan structure, and on the completion of al internal and external documentationrequirements. rovide a writen outline of the information provided to relevantpersonel.6.fectively cordinate the implementation actions that depend on or involve actions byother profesionals. utline any profesionals involved in the proces.7.stablish the monitoring procedures that wil be used for monitoring the criticalimplementation timing and priorities. utline the monitoring methods used in theproces.omplete the folowing steps to undertae andor supervise implementation8.rief the client on the actions that are to be undertaen, and, where neded, provideasistance.
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