What is bail?
An ordinary guarantee is essentially one person’s obligation to fulfill another person’s obligation towards a third person.
It is created, usually, in an agreement between the guarantor and the landlord.
The guarantee is related in nature to the charge for which it was given in such a way that a change that occurred in the content and scope of the charge was directly overshadowed by the guarantee.
And any defense claim that the tenant must have against the landlord in connection with the charge also stands for the guarantor.
An ordinary guarantee is given by a guarantor, therefore, depending on the scope and conditions of the principal charge. It accompanies the main charge as an ongoing “shadow,” and its fate depends on the other fate.