Guaranty


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Guaranty

1. See: Guarantee.

2. See: Collateral.
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CO: Reliance Trust Company of Atlanta; Deposit Guaranty Corp.
We are asking our new customers to call or visit the former Guaranty Bank during lobby hours with any questions they may have," added Hudson.
Companies like Title Guaranty know that SOA and web services are fantastic solutions to this dilemma because they provide new levels of power and flexibility to existing proven applications.
PMI Guaranty is a wholly owned subsidiary of TPG, a holding company that also owns PMI, the second largest U.
Automatic Termination--For most loans originated on or after July 29, 1999, mortgage guaranty insurance will be canceled automatically when the mortgage balance reaches 78% of the original value of the house.
Where the landlord has priced the lease in reliance upon the credit of the tenant, the ready compromise is to insist upon a guaranty of a credit-worthy party, while oftentimes not focusing on the added risks and costs.
Deposit Guaranty is a strong, highly regarded financial institution," Nettles said.
The affirmation of the 'AA' IFS rating and Negative Rating Outlook for RAA continue to reflect the company's challenge to effectively grow a diverse and profitable book of business in the niche 'AA' sector of the financial guaranty industry.
With a growing number of locations across south Louisiana, Deposit Guaranty can offer our Customers more convenience in addition to an expanded line of products and services," Boone said.
Should even a limited unconditional guaranty be refused, as a last resort an owner should request a guaranty which would be effective immediately, but only be enforceable if the tenant should file bankruptcy.
Robinson said Jefferson Guaranty will complement Deposit Guaranty's growing south Louisiana franchise.
One of the peculiar characteristics of the law governing an interest guarantor's liability under an interest guaranty is that virtually all of the most relevant court rulings were issued a century or so ago.