In veram quantitatem fidejussor teneatur, nisi pro certa quantitate accessit
A surety should be held for the true quantity, unless he agreed for a certain quantity. Bean v Parker, 17 Mass (17 Tyng) 591, 597.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • in veram quantitatem fidejussor teneatur, nisi pro certa quantitate accessit — /in viram kwontateytam faytiyjasar teniyeytar, naysay prow sarta kwontateytiy aksesat/ Let the surety be holden for the true quantity, unless he agree for a certain quantity …   Black's law dictionary

  • in veram quantitatem fidejussor teneatur, nisi pro certa quantitate accessit — /in viram kwontateytam faytiyjasar teniyeytar, naysay prow sarta kwontateytiy aksesat/ Let the surety be holden for the true quantity, unless he agree for a certain quantity …   Black's law dictionary

  • surety — sure·ty / shu̇r ə tē/ n pl ties [Anglo French seurté, literally, guarantee, security, from Old French, from Latin securitat securitas, from securus secure] 1: a formal engagement (as a pledge) given for the fulfillment of an undertaking 2: one… …   Law dictionary

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