When a Court has to decide whether a person has really guaranteed the due performance of the contract by the principal debtor, all the circumstances concerning the transaction will have to be necessarily considered. Court cannot adopt a hyper technical attitude that the guarantor has not signed the agreement and so he cannot be saddled with the liability-P.J. Rajappan Vs. Associated Industries (Pvt.) Ltd. & another – Kerala High Court

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