Definition of Cautioners
1. Noun. (plural of cautioner) ¹
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Definition of Cautioners
1. cautioner [n] - See also: cautioner
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Literary usage of Cautioners
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, James Ivory (1828)
"From this relief competent to co-cautioners, it follows, that the creditor, if he have granted a discharge to one of several cautioners, of his part of the ..."
2. The Scots Digest of Scots Appeals in the House of Lords from 1707 and of the by Robert Candlish Henderson (1908)
"Co-cautioners—Discharge of One on Payment of Share—Competency of Decree against ... Opinion, that tbe discharge did not affect the rights of the cautioners ..."
3. A Handbook of the Law of Scotland by James Lorimer (1885)
"V. cautioners FOR GUARDIANS. 502. cautioners are required for tutors-at-law, tutors dative, ... Where a number of cautioners are bound as co-principals, ..."
4. A Digest of the Law of Scotland: With Special Reference to the Office and by Hugh Barclay, Scotland (1855)
"cautioners were held liable for expenses after notice made to them; 6th Dec. ... cautioners in confirmations are entitled to have the executors discussed ..."
5. Treatise on Judicial Factors, Curators Bonis, and Managers of Burghs by Hugh J. E. Fraser, George Hunter Thoms (1881)
"WHO MAY BE cautioners. 3. Cautioner must be Accepted by Court. ... they will not be accepted as cautioners for each other.6 It is thought that there would ..."
6. A Treatise on the Law of Scotland Relative to Parent and Child and Guardian by Lord Patrick Fraser Fraser, Hugh Cowan (1866)
"cautioners are required for tutors-at-law, tutors-dative, curators, factors loco tutoris, and curators bonis. Sometimes the cautioner binds himself simply ..."
7. A Practical Treatise on the Forms of Process: Containing the New Regulations by Thomas Beveridge, Scotland Jury Court (1826)
"The Lonk °a'11'' likewise observed, that the at test era of cautioners are ... clerks of the bilk to the at testers bound as cautioners for the cautioner, ..."
8. Manual of the Law of Scotland by John Hill Burton (1847)
"cautioners to Cash-credits. A bond of cash-credit with a bank is an obligation by ... In other words, the cautioners become bound to pay the drafts and ..."