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Personal Guarantee Involving North Carolina Governing Law

Provided below are links to Personal Guarantees with North Carolina governing law clauses. Governing law provisions (also knows as choice of law or controlling law clauses) in contracts are frequently used by the agreement parties to specify which jurisdiction's laws will be applied to interpreting the contractual provisions and obligations. By quickly reviewing Personal Guarantees to find contracts with North Carolina governing law, you can customize your agreements to meet North Carolina requirements.

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A personal guarantee is an agreement regarding debts owed. It is used by borrowers to show lenders they intend to pay their company's debts personally. A lender may require a personal guarantee before issuing any needed funds so they can ensure they'll receive payment, either from the owner of a company, or a member of management.

Historically letters of intent have been used for travel or Visa requirements, to assure a government agency that the traveler is financially secure. But this document is most commonly used to secure a loan, either by a bank or other lender who can provide financing.

By issuing a letter of guarantee, the guarantor is promising to take responsibility if the borrower forfeits a contract, a loan, or any other deal. In the event a loan can't be repaid, the agreement often grants the lender a chance to seize the assets of the individual who signs the guarantee. A personal guarantee is legally binding and susceptible to court action if not fulfilled.
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