Cession (out and out) Agreement - with optional Waiver of Lien

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This agreement makes provision for an out and out cession.

An out and out cession is where the Cedent divests and transfers its rights (e.g. against its debtor) to the Cessionary so that the Cessionary becomes the outright owner or holder of the rights.

A cession is an act of transfer which it enables the transfer of a right to take place which is accomplished by way of an agreement to transfer the right. It is entered into between a Cedent and a Cessionary, which arises from a lawful cause in which a Cedent intends to transfer its right to a claim to a Cessionary who intends to become the holder of the right.

In this type of cession, the rights leave the Cedent’s estate and vest in the Cessionary’s estate.

This document also includes an optional waiver of lien. A waiver of lien is where a party gives up their right to place a lien on specified property.

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