give surety

give surety
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  • give as surety — index pledge (deposit) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • Surety — A surety is a person who agrees to be responsible for the debt or obligation of another. Furthermore, a surety is also a security against loss or damage or for the fulfillment of an obligation, the payment of a debt, etc.; a pledge, guaranty, or… …   Wikipedia

  • surety — One who at the request of another, and for the purpose of securing to him a benefit, becomes responsible for the performance by the latter of some act in favor of a third person, or hypothecates property as security therefor. One who undertakes… …   Black's law dictionary

  • surety — [[t]ʃʊ͟ərɪti[/t]] sureties N VAR A surety is money or something valuable which you give to someone to show that you will do what you have promised. The insurance company will take warehouse stocks or treasury bonds as surety... Bristol Crown… …   English dictionary

  • Nathaniel Mist — (died 30 September 1737) was an 18th century British printer and journalist whose Mist s Weekly Journal was the central, most visible, and most explicit opposition newspaper to the whig administrations of Robert Walpole. Where other opposition… …   Wikipedia

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  • bondsman — A surety; one who has entered into a bond to give surety for another; e.g., bail bondsman. See bail (bail bond) …   Black's law dictionary

  • bondsman — A surety; one who has entered into a bond to give surety for another; e.g., bail bondsman. See bail (bail bond) …   Black's law dictionary

  • assure — assurer, assuror, n. /euh shoor , euh sherr /, v.t., assured, assuring. 1. to declare earnestly to; inform or tell positively; state with confidence to: She assured us that everything would turn out all right. 2. to cause to know surely; reassure …   Universalium

  • ensure — I verb ascertain, assure, certify, check, clinch, confirm, corroborate, dismiss doubt, endorse, give security, give surety, guarantee, indemnify against loss, insure, keep from harm, keep safe, make certain, make sure, offer collateral, promise,… …   Law dictionary

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