Line of credit: this is an indeterminate agreement that sets a maximum credit limit and in which credit is usually made available on the customer`s account; « short-term credit transactions, » agreements of up to R8,000 that can be repaid within six months; Generally, these are microcredits. The maximum allowed rate is 5% per month or 60% per year. Institutional credit contracts generally include a lead underwriter. The underwriter negotiates all the terms of the credit agreement. Terms and conditions include interest rates, terms of payment, duration of credit and possible penalties for late payments. Insurers also facilitate the participation of several parties to the loan as well as all structured tranches that may have their own terms individually. Credit contracts in South Africa are agreements or contracts in South Africa in which payment or repayment by one party (the debtor) is carried over to another (creditors). This entry deals with the essential elements of credit contracts within the meaning of the National Credit Act and the consequences of entering into a credit contract in South Africa.  « development credit contracts, » credit contracts for the development of a small business, an education loan or a loan for the construction of cheap housing.
The maximum interest rate is 38.8% per year. Fixed-term contracts are entered into when goods or services are made available to a consumer for a period of time and a fee or interest is charged only if payment is not made on an agreed date. For example, different types of consumer credit, for different purposes and at different costs: a consumer may at any time, before termination, re-enter a late credit contract by paying all outstanding amounts, plus default and debt implementation fees. The consumer can then recover the membership property, but not if the product has already been sold. This provision helps prevent credit providers from taking abbreviations by simply accepting apparently solvent debtors at face value.