Liability of Guarantor
Therefore a guarantor's liability which does not arise until whether the principal debtor has made default, because notice of the default utilized not be given to him except it is expressly agreed just to be given. Well it is not necessary about for the creditor to request such the debtor to pay or such to sue the debtor, except this is expressly stipulated for, such previous taking proceedings against him there. Conversely the transaction is void as between whether the principal debtor and whether the creditor, whether the guarantor is not bound: like Coutts & Company v Browne-Lecky.
Likewise the guarantor is not bound whether the principal debtor is discharged, like e.g. through statute: like Unity Finance Limited v Woodcock as 1963 1W. With LR. 455. Furthermore any conditions precedent to such the guarantor's liability must be rewarded before recourse that can be had to him there. Various guarantors have agreed such to become co-sureties for such to definite amounts, and whether the creditor allows the amounts to be altered through one guarantor lacking the consents of the others, although the guarantee will never be binding. Hence this can be illustrated through the case of Ellesmere Brewery Company v Cooper like 1896 1&.as B.75, whether the facts, as briefly, here were as follows: like;
A firm of brewers employed C and utilized him to execute a bond with such like sureties for the faithful discharge of his responsibility. Moreover the bond was drawn up with such four sureties, as N. And as E. being responsible to the extent of with £50 each, and as P and as B. whether to the extent of with £50 each, and like P and B to whereas the extent of with £25 each. As P, B and E all signed, although N, who that was the last to sign, whereas added like "£25 only" with his signature. Conversely the brewers accepted such the bond so signed. Although it was held such none of the guarantors was like liable on the bond.