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Synonyms for guarantor

Synonyms for guarantor

one who assumes financial responsibility for another

Synonyms for guarantor

one who provides a warrant or guarantee to another

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First, if the guarantor is raising this defense knowing full well that he signed the document, the creditor still bears the burden of proof to show that the signature is in fact the guarantor's true signature.
Public disclosure on net exposures of ABS CDOs reflects material gains on CDO hedges with guarantors and other counterparties.
5, Fitch's Financial Guarantors Group announced the process it will employ in updating its analysis of SF CDOs insured by the financial guaranty industry.
First, the guarantor should consider the ways it can revise key defined terms in the indemnity agreement.
Unless the personal guarantor consents to the changes, he is not bound by the new contract.
Citizens Advice said those put forward as a guarantor on behalf of a borrower were unknowingly signing up to guarantee expensive loan repayments, and being pursued in the case of default or arrears.
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 reasonable living expenses for guarantors must be 1.
Ibrahim Satti said NAB can include guarantor in investigation in any case in the light of SC decision given in 2013.
if the principal debtor becomes bankrupt, the creditor must prove its debt in the bankruptcy, failing which it will lose its right to claim against the guarantor to the extent of any sums which the creditor might have received had it proved such debt in the bankruptcy; and
A claim was brought by the landlord against the guarantor requiring it to be responsible for rent and other sums owing under the lease following the tenant's insolvency.
1 million to bond insurer Assured Guaranty as compensation for losses incurred on insured mortgage-backed securities should benefit other financial guarantors by giving them leverage in their own lawsuits against banks for losses sustained during the financial crisis, according to Moody's Investors Service.
New York landlords are reluctant to accept guarantors from overseas, or even outside the Tri-State area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
There are several other examples in which guarantors who pledged to clear loans of others have been left to pick up the pieces.