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guar·an·tor

(gar'ăn-tōr)
The patient, caregiver, or entity responsible for payment of the health care bill.
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It was roughness without hurt, assertion without threat, surety without seduction.
The surety company wants to know that these financial records are following GAP [Generally Accepted Principles], they are correct, and a third-party has looked at them," Gordon says.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 9, 2014-Argo Surety signs partnership with SureTec for mid-market contract programme
2 July 2013 -- Bermuda-based insurer Axis Insurance Capital Holdings Ltd (NYSE: AXS) said it ahs appointed David Pesce as director of surety for Axis Insurance Insurance.
Clients need to be strategic in their decision making, particularly in an environment when more businesses may be required to post security in the form of a bank letter of credit or surety bond.
has been installed as President of the National Association of Surety Bond Producers (NASBP), an international trade association serving the membership of firms with personnel of over 5,000 surety agents and brokers.
and the bankruptcy of retail giant Kmart have highlighted just how tough it is to operate in the surety market these days.
com)-- For nearly 24 years South Coast Surety has been finding ways to offer more surety bonding with less problems.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 19, 2017-General Indemnity Group Acquires Kansas, US Surety Services Provider
The outstanding results of the surety industry over the last 10 years are beginning to make some buyers question the value of surety bonds.
Surety bonds are increasingly becoming an essential asset for businesses and professionals who are seeking to land contracts for public and private projects.
A global multiline property and casualty insurer, ACE, has launched a range of surety products targeting the Iberian market.