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law of suretyship covering personal suretyship, commercial guaranties, corporate and compensated, suretyship, defenses of the surety, suretyship as related to bonds to secure private obligations, official & judicial bonds, surety companies. by Arthur Adelbert Stearns

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Published by W.H. Anderson Co. in Cincinnati .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Suretyship and guaranty -- United States.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF1045 .S8 1951
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 720 p.
Number of Pages720
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6091615M
LC Control Number51008390
OCLC/WorldCa227937

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Written by a suretyship expert with more than three decades of experience working with contractors, this book fills that gap in the literature. In plain English, author Richard C. Lewis brings surety bonding down to earth for by: 1. The Law of Suretyship contains three parts, each dealing with different stages in the life of a contract of surety. Each part contains a detailed discussion of their respective topic. Each part contains a detailed discussion of their respective Edition: 6th Edition. SURETYSHIP, contracts. An accessory agreement by which a person binds himself for another already bound, either in whole or in part, as for his debt, default or miscarriage. 2. Th. The Law of Suretyship and Guaranty provides a comprehensive survey and analysis of all aspects of suretyship and clearly describes the operation of the law. It also describes the common-law suretyship and guaranty principles in the recent Restatement of the Law and surveys contexts in which suretyship arises and incidents of the suretyship relationship.

Caney's The Law of Suretyship has, for over 70 years, been an authoritative reference work for the law of suretyship in South Africa. The 6th edition incorporates significant developments since the last edition in , a period in which South African . The general principles of contract law apply to suretyship. Thus a person with the general capacity to contract has the power to become a surety. Consideration is required for a suretyship contract: if Debtor asks a friend to act as a surety to induce Creditor to make Debtor a loan, the consideration Debtor gives Creditor also acts as the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 volume (various pagings) ; 28 cm: Contents: Historical development of suretyship / William H. Woods --Modern contract bonds --an overview / Lynn M. Schubert --How contract bonds are underwritten / Stewart R. Duke --Fraud or misrepresentation by principal or obligee; mistake in bid issues / Dolores A. .   Cases on the law of suretyship. This book, "Cases on the law of suretyship", by Crawford Dawes Hening, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as :

This chapter discusses the contract of suretyship, traditionally the most important type of personal security. The second part considers the three types: sponsio, fidepromissio, and fideiussio. The third part looks at the accessoriness of suretyship in Roman law. The fourth part considers idem debitum, looking at the principles of ‘Konsumptionskonkurrenz’, ‘Solutionskonkurrenz Author: Reinhard Zimmermann. Full text of "Commentaries on the Law of Suretyship: And the Rights and Obligations of the Parties Thereto " See other formats. GUARANTY AND SURETYSHIP (ARTICLES TO ) Chapter 3, Title I of this Book shall be observed. In such case, the contract is called a suretyship. GUARANTY > Contract between the guarantor and creditor LAW APPLICABLE TO SURETYSHIP > Second paragraph. Page - The provisions of a composition accepted by such resolution in pursuance of this section shall be binding on all the creditors whose names and addresses and the amounts of the debts due to whom are shown in the statement of the debtor produced at the meeting at which the resolution shall have been passed, but shall not affect or prejudice the rights of any other .