guarantor


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one who assumes financial responsibility for another

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one who provides a warrant or guarantee to another

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Taxpayers who pay interest under an obligation as guarantor may be entitled to an interest deduction if interest accrued after they became primarily liable for the debt.
The draft also proposed making it punishable for shoko lenders to lend accumulated amounts that are apparently beyond the scope of the repayment ability of both a borrower and guarantor.
In a hearing on Dec 14, the court declared Dar a proclaimed offender and sought a report on properties and assets of his guarantor from the NAB.
After hearing the arguments, the court gave last chance to the guarantor to produce Ishaq Dar by December 4, and also directed to display summon notice for him on court's notice board.
Since the late Justice Scalia would have been the deciding vote in this case, his questions and comments made during oral argument and quoted as part of the colloquy below, suggests that he would have rounded out a five-vote majority ruling that a guarantor is not an applicant, and, therefore, is not entitled to the ECOA's protections and rejecting Regulation B's inclusion of guarantors as applicants:
The Guarantor Loses Control of the Tenant: Liability under a good guy guaranty ends only when the terms and, conditions of the guaranty are met.
Earlier, the lenders had red-flagged a proposal that guarantors of loans-turned-bad be let off the hook.
upon discharge of the relevant debt, the creditor must deliver to the guarantor all necessary papers to enable the guarantor to exercise its right of recourse against the principal debtor.
Lenders offer solutions with higher income multiples on offer and 100 per cent borrowing available, but another option that may be worth considering in some circumstances is the use of a guarantor.
In that case the court did not discuss or decide whether the guarantor pledged collateral or whether there was an economic outlay.
Under the doctrine of subrogation, when the guarantor of a corporation's debt makes a payment under the guaranty's terms, the guarantor "steps into the shoes" of the corporation's creditor.
A former Nichiei employee was arrested last month on suspicion of having attempted to intimidate a loan guarantor over the telephone into repaying the money, telling him to sell his body parts such as an eye or kidney to get the money to repay the loan, on which the original borrower had defaulted.
ISLAMABAD -- Accountability Court (AC) Islamabad has given time till December 04 for presenting absconding finance minister Ishaq Dar by his guarantor in assets reference.
LAHORE -- A special court, constituted under Protection of Pakistan Act 2014, on Monday awarded six month jail term to a guarantor of an accused involved in a hate literature case.