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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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Internationals, working or students, almost always struggle because they do not have US credit or a domestic guarantor.
The court expressed annoyance over non appearance of Pervez Musharraf before it and reprimanded counsels and guarantors of former president.
To plug the loophole, the DPJ's draft amendment calls for obliging shoko lenders to forward a "written notification" to such guarantors each time the borrower takes out additional loans.
The court stated,"[t]he mere fact that petitioners at one time were guarantors of a corporate note is not controlling.
Giving guarantors a greater responsibility in default prevention is a much better use of taxpayer dollars, with better outcomes all around: better credit and overall financial wellness for borrowers; lower cohort default rates and more financially stable alumni for schools; government savings on default costs; and a well-educated, more fiscally secure workforce.
LEFKOSA, Feb 22, 2010 (TUR) -- President Mehmet Ali Talat of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) described recent unanimous decision of the Greek Cypriot parliament that guarantees and rights of guarantor states were unacceptable as a provocation aiming at sabotaging the ongoing negotiation process on the island.
Most of these guarantors are either close relatives or friends of the borrowers.
This can be a useful in some circumstances and although not every lender will accept guarantors quite a few will.
Newcastle CAB say it has seen a reduction in payday loan problems but chief exec Shona Alexander warns guarantor loans are just as dangerous.
It also highlighted that guarantors could still be liable to pay off a debt even if the borrower had died, and warned that guarantors were not regarded as "customers" by regulators, therefore missing out on basic protections most debtors would receive.
CAB wants the FCA to force lenders to provide guarantors and borrowers with a letter of agreement that includes a cooling-off period so they can withdraw from loans, and to include a liability warning on promotional material.
THE government has made a number of bridging proposals to the troika of lenders on the issue of guarantors to bad debt, which forms part of the fifth and final bill of the so-called insolvency package.
5member bench not only ordered for releasing Mukhtar but also mentioned in its decision that the proceedings can be initiated against the real culprits rather than guarantors in such cases.
ACASE last month should act as a reminder that landlords need to remember to take account of guarantors when entering into licences for alterations with their tenants.