Continuing Guaranty (Limited Amount) by LegalZoom


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									CONTINUING GUARANTY (LIMITED AMOUNT) This Continuing Guaranty (the “Guaranty”) dated as of _____________ [Date] (the “Effective Date”), is made and entered into by ____________________, an individual (the “Guarantor”) in favor of _______________________, an [individual] [corporation] [limited liability company] [etc.] (the “Lender”), in light of the following: RECITALS WHEREAS, __________________ (the “Debtor”) desires to transact business with and obtain credit or a continuation of credit from the Lender; and WHEREAS, the Lender is unwilling to extend or continue credit to the Debtor unless it receives a guaranty from the undersigned covering the Liabilities (as hereinafter defined) of the Debtor to the Lender; WHEREAS, in order to induce Lender from time to time, in its discretion, to extend or continue credit unconditionally, the Guarantor has personally guaranteed to the Lender the payment of all liabilities or obligations that the Debtor may now and/or in the future owe and/or incur in favor of the Lender of whatever nature, whether now existing or hereafter incurred, whether created directly or acquired by the Lender by assignment or otherwise, whether determined or underdetermined, liquidated or unliquidated, matured or unmatured, and whether absolute or contingent (all in the broadest sense, and collectively referred to herein as the “Liabilities”); and WHEREAS, the Guarantor will derive substantial benefits from the completion of this extension of credit to the Debtor; NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing, the Guarantor hereby agrees with the Lender as follows: 1. GUARANTY OF OBLIGATIONS.

The Guarantor hereby guaranties to and in favor of the Lender, the payment of the Liabilities as and when the same shall in any manner be or become due, either according to the terms and conditions provided in any loan agreements or on acceleration of the payment thereof by reason of a default, as a primary not a secondary liability of the Guarantor. This is a continuing guaranty and shall remain in force until terminated
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