To assure the performance of a product, usually within specified conditions.
A legally enforceable assurance of the quality or duration of a product or of work performed.
That party in the deed who is the buyer or recipient.
A legally enforceable assurance by a third party of satisfactory performance, quality or quantity of products or work during a specific period of time stated and included in the contract in the event the product or work fails to perform properly
a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications
a financial assurance
an arrangement whereby the Government agrees with a third party (e
The act of pledging by a third party to assure performance of another.
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A formal assurance to the lender that the loan will be repaid either by the borrower or, upon default, by the guaranty agency (e.g., Educational Credit Management Corporation).
The assurance of the quality of a product or service also a contract whereby one party agrees to be responsible for the debt of another.
contract by a third party C to underwrite a financial commitment entered into by A to B. Used by national governments to reduce the risks of borrowing and bond issues by their sub-sovereign bodies, and by international agencies to increase the creditworthiness of developing country institutions and to support specific projects within them. Common types of guarantees are Political Risk Insurance, Partial Credit Guarantees, Partial Risk Guarantees and Participations.
This terms means to be assured that something will come through, whether you get a low interest guarantee or a guaranteed approval.