Where the lender requires a surety to enter into the transaction, the surety should be advised to take independent advice before signing the security document. This is of particular importance where the intended surety is the spouse of the borrower since the courts take the view that a security should not be enforced against a spouse unless the lender can show that he has taken reasonable steps to ensure that the spouse understood the transaction
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