Noun(1) something clearly established(2) property that your creditor can claim in case you default on your obligation(3) a prisoner who is held by one party to insure that another party will meet specified terms(4) one who provides a warrant or guarantee to another(5) a guarantee that an obligation will be met
(1) the judge granted bail with a surety of $500(2) Truly decisive objectives are the long-term provision of societal security, political surety , and economic stability, for which non-military instruments are essential.(3) The accused's mother was tendered as a potential surety .(4) To change the principal contract is to change the basis upon which the surety agreed to become liable.(5) The Appellant contended at trial that he left the surety 's home on a medical emergency and that during his absence, he was in hospital.(6) In our respectful submission, that is not the sort of burden that a surety is normally complaining of.(7) Democracy itself requires that all public power be lawfully conferred and exercised, and of this the courts are the surety .(8) The first was for a bail hearing and the second - yesterday - to lodge 5,000 euros with the court as surety to guarantee his bail.(9) Police opposed bail, but the Magistrate agreed to his release on the condition he pay a surety and comply with other bail conditions.(10) If disaster strikes the debtor and the mortgaged securities but the surety remains capable of repaying the debt then the creditor loses nothing.(11) She spoke of her position - providing relief and surety to people who often enter her office unsure of their future - with pride.(12) He possesses the aggression, running power and surety of touch to take men on and beat them.(13) Judge O'Shea granted him bail, subject to him raising a surety of ├ö├®┬╝5,000 today.(14) I was enmeshed in the surety of my impending fatherhood(15) ├ö├ç├┐Because you're better than her, sweetie,├ö├ç├û Lisa said with surety .(16) A surety who pays off the debt owed by the principal debtor is subrogated to any securities given by the debtor as security for the debt.
(1) surety bond :: 保証人の結合
1. guarantor ::
2. pledge ::
3. hostage ::
4. security ::
1. doubt ::
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