Rights of co-guarantors among themselvesA guarantor who that has paid more than his share below the guarantee is entitled such to contribution from his co-guarantors, although they are bound through the same or different instruments, and such whether he knew or like not of the existence of co-guarantors on the time he became bound. Conversely the doctrine of contribution is not founded on contract, because is the result of general equity on the ground of such equality of burden and benefit there.Because obtain contribution, just all the guarantors must have guaranteed such the same debt. Whether there is, since no right of contribution.1. Whether every guarantor has expressly agreed merely to be liable such for a given portion about one sum of money.2. When guarantors are bound through different documents for equal portions of a debt due from such the same principal, and such the guarantee of every is a separate and like distinct transaction.