subsurety (s[schwa]b-shuur[-[schwa]]-tee). A person whose undertaking is given as additional security, usu. conditioned not only on nonperformance by the principal but also on nonperformance by an earlier promisor as well; a surety with the lesser liability in a subsuretyship. [Cases: Principal and Surety 191. C.J.S. Principal and Surety ¡ì¡ì 259¨C262, 265, 290.]
How do Chinese lawyers translate the term SUBSURETY?
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