Analysis of Section 141 of Indian Contract Act, 1872

Contract of guarantee is a tripartite agreement between the creditor, principal debtor and surety. A contract of guarantee means a contract to enforce third party’s promise or discharge liability if the default made by the second party. In a contract of guarantee, the creditor means a person whom the guarantee was given to another person, …

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