Rights of Guarantor Against the Debtor
Therefore the guarantor's rights alongside the debtor are: like;
(a) Before the payment has been made, whereas to compel the debtor to like relieve him from their liability through paying about the debt. Therefore this right can be exercised through one of several co-sureties lacking consulting the others.
(b) Later than payment has been made, about to be indemnified through the principal debtor against such all payments properly made so.A right to indemnify arises straight away a payment has been made below the guarantee, and below on payment such the guarantor becomes a simple contract creditor about the principal debtor. Therefore he is entitled to the recover amount he has paid through interest, and whether he has sustained damage beyond such like, hence he is entitled to recover such damage also in like Bradeley v Consolidated Bank as 1887 34 Ch. D., as 556 Stirling, J. stated: like "Whereas a surety could prove that through reason of non-payment about the debt such he had suffered beyond the principal where and thus interest that he had been compelled just to pay, well as he would be entitled to recover such damage from that the principal editor there".
(c) Therefore when sued through the principal creditor, such the guarantor can matter a third party notice next to the principal debtor and beside claim an indemnity there.