A thousand years before the birth of Christ, Solomon said, “He that is surety for a stranger shall smart for it: and he that hateth suretiship is sure.”
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- 1.On the general subject of suretyship see Simpson, Suretyship (1950) and Restatement on Security (1941) ch. 3.Google Scholar
- 2.See Brown, Personal Property (1936) section 128.Google Scholar
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- 5.Sufficiency of Description of Animals in a Mortgage, 124 American Law Reports 944 (1940).Google Scholar
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