Guaranty Clause

Guaranty Clause

A provision contained in a written document, such as a contract, deed, or mortgage, whereby one individual undertakes to pay the obligation of another individual.

The stipulation contained in Article IV, Section 4, of the U.S. Constitution, in which the federal government promises a republican form of government to every state and the defense and protection of the federal government if Domestic Violence occurs.

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A VAAR guaranty clause is removed and procedures added, to cover the use of the Federal Acquisition Regulation warranty clause inm construction contracts that exceed the micropurchase threshold.