guarantor

[ gar-uh n-tawr, -ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF guarantor

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This is how family fulfills the function of co- guarantor of education.

They may be in the form of a contract of a surety, of a guarantor, or of an indorser.

They apply equally to a surety, a guarantor and an indorser.

It doesn't matter so much about the payment, there is always a second guarantor.

He got me to write my name to a bill as guarantor of the amount.

In some jurisdictions he is liable as a guarantor, in some as a surety, but in most as an ordinary indorser.

Whether a promisor is a surety, a guarantor, or an indorser depends upon the particular kind of a contract made.

But the conditions and terms of the agreement may make it that of a surety, a guarantor or an indorser.

A promisor may be a surety, a guarantor, or an indorser of a negotiable instrument.

Some make his liability that of a surety, some that of a guarantor, and others that of an indorser.

WORD ORIGIN

1853, from guarantee with Latinate agent noun suffix -or substituted for -ee.

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nounperson who supports a cause
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