Guarantee

Guarantee definition

/ɡar(ə)nˈtiː/

What does Guarantee mean?

A contract under which a party becomes liable for the present or future obligations of another (the principal) to a third party in addition to the liability of the principal. A guarantee is a secondary obligation and must be in writing.

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