- Submitting without complaint. Giving a debtor additional time for payment. Withholding of action constituting a sufficient consideration for a guaranty. Anno: 78 ALR2d 1418. It has long been settled that the term, as applied to usury laws, cannot be predicated of any other transaction than a loan of money. Title Guaranty & Surety Co. v Klein (CA3 Pa) 178 F 689.
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