Guarantees: Getting off the hook

David Sawtell considers recent case law on guarantees ‘A surety is discharged if the creditor agrees with the principal debtor to vary the terms of the contract agreed unless it is self-evident that the variation is unsubstantial or one which cannot be prejudicial to the guarantor.’Guarantees play an important role in commercial agreements, allowing parties …
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