At Morton Fraser Lawyers we have highlighted clarity as our guiding principle.
This directs the way we communicate, the way we advise, the way we conduct relationships with our clients and the way we are totally transparent and upfront about our charges. This applies to all our services from the straightforward to the more complex.
It has long been a principle of Scots law that a guarantor (or in proper Scottish legal parlance, a "cautioner") will be discharged from his or her liability under a guarantee (or a "cautionary obligation" in that same parlance) if the underlying contract or arrangement to which the guarantee relates is amended or altered in a material manner without the consent or knowledge of the guarantor.
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