Guaranty and Suretyship

@article{RadinGuarantyAS,
  title={Guaranty and Suretyship},
  author={M. Radin},
  journal={California Law Review},
  volume={17},
  pages={605}
}
  • M. Radin
  • Political Science
  • California Law Review
T Bm fact that there are two groups of words, guaranty and suretyship, guarantor and surety, which express the relation of a third person who attempts to make secure an obligation created by two other persons, has been the source of considerable confusion at various times and places. It is stoutly asserted that the ideas expressed by them are the same and maintained with even greater vigor that they are different. That must be my excuse for examining them at some length. 
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