guarantor


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one who assumes financial responsibility for another

Synonyms for guarantor

one who provides a warrant or guarantee to another

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Before you apply for a guarantor loan it is very important to know what the interest rates are.
Hearing the petition filed by Dar's guarantor Ahmed Ali Qaddoosi against the judgment of the accountability court, the IHC granted a 24-hour stay on the order, a day after the investigation officer of the NAB submitted details of the guarantor's movable properties to the accountability court.
The judge had further ruled that federal minister's guarantor should submit Rs 5 million within three days or his property would be seized and auctioned off.
For example, the guarantor should attempt to remove "common law" and workplace statutes from the definition of "Environmental Laws.
It is well settled that a guarantor may rely and insist upon the terms and conditions of his personal guarantee being strictly followed, and if the creditor and principal debtor vary in any material degree the terms of their contract, then a new contract has been formed, upon which the guarantor is not obligated or bound.
Where the primary obligor has defaulted on its obligations and the guarantor notifies (or warns) the lender that such a default has occurred, the lender has six months from the date of notification to commence enforcement proceedings.
The Financial Conduct Authority has the chance to act quickly to better regulate guarantor loans - it cannot wait for more people to fall into arrears.
The charity's report, A Problem Shared, said 43% of guarantors who sought help from Citizens Advice were unsure of the extent of their responsibilities.
The landlord later gave notice under the terms of the lease requiring the guarantor to take a new lease for the remainder of the term.
I've been doing this for 24 years, [and] we've never used an international guarantor as someone to guarantee the lease," said David Schlamm, president and founder of brokerage City Connections Realty.
com)-- Guarantor Loans Online is delighted to announce the release of a new guarantor loan product which raises the maximum loan amount from [pounds sterling]3000 to [pounds sterling]5000.
Normally, a guarantor agrees to clear another person's debt should that person default.
There has been much debate over the last nearly 15 years about whether a landlord could also force an outgoing tenant's guarantor to enter into an authorised guarantee agreement (AGA).
The fact there are no more 100 per cent mortgages around also means that you need a deposit of some sort or alternatively you could opt for a guarantor under certain circumstances.
The fact that there are no more 100 per cent mortgages around also means that you have to have a deposit of some sort or alternatively you could opt for a guarantor under certain circumstances.