Free Trader Agreement Law and Legal Definition
A free trader agreement is often used between spouses when one spouse wants to purchase property without putting their spouse on the deed. It is also used to ensure that the spouse does not obtain an interest in the property. The spouses typically agree that neither will create any obligation in the name of or against the other, nor secure or attempt to secure any credit upon or in connection with the other, or in his or her name. Each party agrees to promptly pay all debts and discharge all financial obligations which he or she may incur for himself or herself, and shall indemnify the other against any and all debts and other obligations which he or she may incur.