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The lender will try to recover the loan amount in a few different ways: 

  • Liquidation of assets
  • Restructuring of loan
  • One-Time Settlement (OTS)

These are several ways the lender can recover his money. When these steps fail, he may resort to other legal measures like legal action or foreclosure and declaring bankruptcy.

The lender may suggest debt settlement or debt consolidation to give you a breather and allow you to repay the loan. However, if you are unable to pay even then, liquidating your business assets is the best bet they have. Their sole aim would be to recover as much amount as they can.

If the assets are unable to cover the loan amount, they will go to court and initiate legal action against you. Failing to repay a business loan will have numerous adverse effects on your credit standing and creditworthiness. This will go in your credit report and make it difficult for you to avail any future loans or credits. Even if you get loans, the rate of interest will be very high owing due to the previously unpaid loan.


Business loans are a long term commitment and require you to manage them diligently to avoid any unfortunate events. Plan your finances carefully and budget your cash flow to repay your monthly loan commitments. Do not borrow more than your repayment capacity

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