surety

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Ticaret) aval
garanti
kefalet
teminat
güvence
kefil
surety shipkefalet
rehine
{i} engellemek
(Mukavele) teminat, emniyet; kefil, rehine
{i} kesinlik
{i} garantör
güvence/kefil
{i} (para olarak) kefalet
{i} teminât
(Ticaret) güvenlik
certainty
{i} kesinlik

Şimdiki zaman, tek gerçeklik ve tek kesinliktir. - The present is the only reality and the only certainty.

Onun benden nefret ettiğini kesinlikle söyleyebilirim. - I can say with certainty that he hates me.

surety aval
(Ticaret) kefil
surety aval
(Ticaret) aval veren
surety bond
(Kanun,Ticaret) kefalet senedi
surety bonds
(Ticaret) kefalet senetleri
surety bonds
kefalet tahviller
surety and fidelity insurance
teminat ve doğruluk sigorta
surety funds
kefalet sandıkları
surety system
akile sistemi
surety system
kefalet sistemi
certainty
muhakkak
certainty
açıklık
certainty
(Osmanlıca) sübut
certainty
kesin olan şey

İnanç kanıt olmadan kesin olan şeydir. - Faith is certainty without evidence.

certainty
kuşkusuzluk
joint surety
müteselsil kefil
stand surety
kefil olmak
certainty
sarahat
go surety for
gitmek kefalet için
acceptable surety
(Kanun) muteber kefil
certainty
{i} katiyet
certainty
kesin olan şey/kesinlik
chemical surety
(Kimya) kimyasal emniyet
go surety for
(Ticaret) birisine kefil olmak
nuclear weapon surety
(Askeri) NÜKLEER SİLAH EMNİYETİ: Nükleer silahların emniyetine, güvenliğine ve güvenirliğine katkıda bulunan ve hiç bir nükleer silah kazası, olayı, müsaade edilmemiş patlama veya hedef üzerinde nükleer başlık bozukluğu olmayacağı hususunda itimat telkin eden malzeme, personel ve usuller
of a surety
kesinlikle
ordinary surety
(Ticaret) adi kefil
principal surety
(Ticaret) ana kefalet
simple surety
(Kanun) alelade kefil
suretyship
{i} kefalet
suretyship
(isim) kefalet
Englisch - Englisch
a promise to pay a sum of money in the event that another person fails to fulfill an obligation
One who undertakes to pay money or perform other acts in the event that his principal fails therein
certainty
security for payment or performance
{n} a bondsman, bail, security against loss
- (1) A person who agrees to be responsible for a debt or obligation of another (2) The pledge or agreement by which one undertakes responsibility for the debt or obligation of another
That which makes sure; that which confirms; ground of confidence or security
To act as surety for
A person who enters into a bond for a certain amount of money on behalf of another person The person is responsible for the accused person appearing in court and abiding by court imposed behaviour conditions If the accused person does not comply, the surety forfeits all or part of the bond
The insurer issuing the bond
one who provides a warrant or guarantee to another
The pledge or agreement by which one undertakes responsibility for the debt or obligation of another
An arrangement whereby one party becomes answerable to a third party for the acts of a second party Customarily an insurance company, the party in a suretyship arrangement who holds himself responsible to one person for the acts of another
a guarantee that an obligation will be met
one who becomes responsible for another Christ is the surety of the better covenant (Heb 7: 22) In him we have the assurance that all its provisions will be fully and faithfully carried out Solomon warns against incautiously becoming security for another (Prov 6: 1-5; 11: 15; 17: 18; 20: 16)
property that your creditor can claim in case you default on your obligation; "bankers are reluctant to lend without good security"
One who at the request of another, and for the purpose of securing to him/her a benefit, voluntarily binds himself/herself to be obligated for the debt or obligation of another Although the term includes guarantor and the terms are commonly, though mistakenly, used interchangeably, surety differs from guarantor in a variety of respects
In bonds, this means the company which provides the bond is guaranteeing the behavior of the principal
One who guarantees the performance of another; guarantor
The corporation or individual guaranteeing performance under a bond; one who promises to answer for the debt default or miscarriage of another Examples of surety bonds are construction or license and permit bonds See also Bond
One who is bound with and for another who is primarily liable, and who is called the principal; one who engages to answer for another's appearance in court, or for his payment of a debt, or for performance of some act; a bondsman; a bail
Evidence; confirmation; warrant
One who voluntarily binds himself to be obligated for the debt or obligation of another A common example is the co-maker of a note Surety differs from guarantor, although the terms are commonly (and mistakenly) used interchangeably
The party joining with the principal for the purpose of guaranteeing to the obligee the fulfillment of the principal's obligation
An individual or corporation, usually an insurance company, that guarantees the performance or faith of another This term is also used to mean surety bond, which is a bond that backs the performance of the person bonded, such as a contractor, or pays an employer if a bonded employee commits theft
A person who agrees to be responsible for the debt of another
something clearly established
An individual or a company that, at the request of another usually called the principal, agrees to be responsible for the performance of some act in favor of a third person in the event that the principal fails to perform as agreed
Guarantor; one legally liable for the debt, default, or failure of another
Security against loss or damage; security for payment, or for the performance of some act
(1) A term loosely used to describe the business or suretyship or bonds Suretyship is an arrangement whereby one party becomes answerable to a third party for the acts of neglect of a second party; (2) The party in a surety arrangement who holds himself responsible to one person for the acts of another
a person who knows you and agrees to take responsibility for ensuring you come to court for trial and abide by any conditions imposed The surety may be required to promise to pay a specified amount of money if the conditions are not met or you do not show up for trial In this situation they must show financial documentation that they have the specified amount of money
Hence, a substitute; a hostage
{i} certainty, assurance; something that is certain; guarantor; pledge, guarantee; guarantor, one who gives a guaranty or security, warrantor, person who provides a guarantee to another
(1) A person who agrees to be responsible for a debt or obligation of another (2) The pledge or agreement by which one undertakes responsibility for the debt or obligation of another
One who guarantees the performance of another See also "Accommodation Party"
One who guarantees the performance of another Guarantor
a prisoner who is held by one party to insure that another party will meet specified terms
A surety is money or something valuable which you give to someone to show that you will do what you have promised. The insurance company will take warehouse stocks or treasury bonds as surety
A person who takes out a bond for a certain amount of money before a court on behalf of another person The court makes this person responsible for making sure that an accused person appears in court, and abides by other conditions of behaviour imposed by the court If the accused person doesn't comply, all or part of the bond is forfeit
The person who promises to pay money in the event the principal (i e , the person conditioned to perform) fails in the performance of certain duties or acts EXAMPLE: A is arrested and his bond is $10,000 B signs the bond, guaranteeing A's appearance in court If A fails to appear, then B, as surety, must forfeit $10,000 (B has recourse to seek recovery from A)
the state of being sure
The state of being sure; certainty; security
Party who agrees to answer for the debt, default, or obligation of another in the purchase of a bond
Person or entity that has been requested by another (principal) and agrees to be responsible for the performance of some act if the principal fails to perform as promised
surety bond
: In a criminal case, the surety (or bail) bond assures the appearance of the defendant or the repayment of bail forfeited upon the defendant's failure to appear in court
surety bond
: A bond issued by one party, the surety, guaranteeing that he will perform certain acts promised by another or pay a stipulated sum, up to the bond limit, in lieu of performance, should the principle fail to perform
Surety insurance
{i} guarantees and sureties given to a third party as guarantee of fulfilment of contractual liabilities
suretyship
An accessory agreement through which a person binds themselves for another already bound, either in whole or in part, as for their debt, default or miscarriage; the assumption of liability for the obligations of another

as a man desperately swimming drowns him that comes to help him, by suretyship and borrowing they will willingly undo all their associates and allies .

A surety
cautioner
Suretyship
suretiship
Suretyship
cautionry
suretyship
The state of being surety; the obligation of a person to answer for the debt, default, or miscarriage of another
suretyship
Exists whenever one party, jointly and severally with another party, guarantees the latter's obligation or undertaking in favor of a third party
suretyship
The function of being a surety It is the obligation of a surety to pay the debts of or answer for the default of another A three-party contract is the basis for a suretyship: One party (surety) undertakes to answer to a second party (obligee) for the debt or default of a third (principal) resulting from the third party's failure to pay or perform as required by an underlying contract or legal obligation
suretyship
Stated in its simplest terms, suretyship embraces all forms of obligation to pay debts or answer for the default of another
suretyship
{i} responsibility of the guarantor to pay the debts of the principal debtor (Law)
surety

    Silbentrennung

    sure·ty

    Türkische aussprache

    şûrıti

    Aussprache

    /ˈsʜo͝orətē/ /ˈʃʊrətiː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'shur(-&)-tE ] (noun.) 14th century. From Anglo-Norman seurté Latin securitas, securitatem.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    surety bond

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