The continuation of guarantee clauses is often included in guarantee agreements, regardless of the potential impact of these clauses. These clauses can potentially permanently commit the principal debtor`s debt guarantee and link the debt guarantee that may be due at any time in the future, even if that surety is no longer in any difficulty with the debtor. While there will be an underlying agreement between a debtor and the creditor, there will generally be no underlying agreement between a guarantee and the creditor other than the guarantee agreement. Surahs have two types of defense. One species is identical to the debtor`s defence and the other is exclusively guaranteed. Section 497 provides that the guarantee is not only justified, but is also required to assert against the creditor the defence to which the principal debtor is entitled. This is a legal obligation for the right to guarantee, because in the event of the debtor waiving such defences, the right to guarantee may raise such objections against the creditor. If this is not the case, he is presumed to have lost his right of appeal against the debtor. This shows how important it is to have a continuous guarantee if you are a creditor, but conversely, the risks of a continuous guarantee if you are the guarantee. The practical consequence of a guarantee such that it creates a principal obligation is that the surety does not have the same rights of defence as a guarantee (the main one is that the creditor must first attempt to obtain the principal debtor`s benefit and, to the extent that he does not, the surety is liable). In addition, the lessor would have the right to demand the surrender of the guarantee, even if the surety contract does not provide for the end of the contract if the principal debtor is late after the existence of the guarantee.
If the person who signed the contract. B bond is the owner of the company and then sells it to a third party, the guarantee can be held liable for the debts of a company over which it no longer has any influence, unless the surety contracts are terminated and the guarantee is exempt from such agreements. · However, in some of the most frequent warranty agreements, the guarantee assumes unlimited liability that applies to many different transactions that do not need to be identified separately. These guarantees are called continuous guarantees. When a guarantee is subject to the breach or delay of the principal debtor, this guarantee is incidental and is therefore considered a guarantee.