We understand that unforeseen circumstances can arise, leading to financial difficulties for your business. Here's what you can do in these situations:
Temporary Financial Difficulties If you are experiencing short-term payment difficulties but are not in a state of bankruptcy, you might be able to restructure your payments.
Steps to follow:
- Contact FLEET: Inform us of your situation so that we can discuss the best possible options. Fleet will contact the financial partner who owns your leasing contracts.
- Propose a Plan: Depending on your situation, a new payment schedule might be possible.
Bankruptcy or Judicial Recovery If your company is in bankruptcy, the management of your contract will be placed under the control of a judicial administrator. They will manage the assets and liabilities of your company, including your leasing contracts and the associated equipment.
Steps to follow:
- Inform the Judicial Administrator: You must inform them of all your ongoing contracts, including those with FLEET.
- Contact FLEET: Although we cannot recover the equipment or receive the rents, we can facilitate communications with the leaser.
- Negotiation with the Leaser: The judicial administrator will negotiate directly with the leaser to determine how to handle the remaining due payments.
- The leaser is the owner of the contract and the equipment. Therefore, they will be the main contact in resolving any dispute.
- FLEET can act as an intermediary to facilitate exchanges but does not have the right to recover computers or collect rents.
For more information or personalized advice, do not hesitate to contact us.