original promise

Definition of "original promise"
  1. An assurance typically involving the commitment to pay another's debt, primarily intended for the benefit of the individual making the promise; enforceable even without written documentation
How to use "original promise" in a sentence
  1. John gave an original promise to cover his friend's loan repayment if she defaults.
  2. In case the company fails to pay its suppliers, the CEO made an original promise to handle the arrears.
  3. The debtor’s father provided an original promise to the lender to ensure the loan would be repaid.

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