Continuing and Unconditional Guaranty of Business Indebtedness Including an Indemnity Agreement
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A guaranty is an undertaking on the part of one person (the guarantor) which binds the guarantor to performing the obligation of the debtor or obligor in the event of default by the debtor or obligor. The contract of guaranty may be absolute or it may be conditional. An absolute or unconditional guaranty is a contract by which the guarantor has promised that if the debtor does not perform the obligation or obligations, the guarantor will perform some act (such as the payment of money) to or for the benefit of the creditor.
A guaranty may be either continuing or restricted. The contract is restricted if it is limited to the guaranty of a single transaction or to a limited number of specific transactions and is not effective as to transactions other than those guaranteed. The contract is continuing if it contemplates a future course of dealing during an indefinite period, or if it is intended to cover a series of transactions or a succession of credits, or if its purpose is to give to the principal debtor a standing credit to be used by him or her from time to time.
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