May tanong poh sana ako, I need a lawyer. Yung asawa ng kuya ko lent his municipal savings bank, and my kuya signed up as a co-maker, I think they have an annual fee and they force my brother to pay 25k (they are no longer in good conditions). Ang sabi poh ng kuya ko, that he was only told to sign as a witness, he was not able to read the contents of the contract in which it was promised that the bank would explain the terms of the contract. My own understanding of this article is that a co-maker must be financially stable and able to become a co-maker? increase the chances of approval and assure lenders that they are paid? In my case of brother poh kasi, at the time his wife asked him to sign the contract, it was JOBLESS. It also doesn`t have any job IDs in which, I think, was one of the requirements para mag Co-Maker? and they also do not pay SLIP at that time kasi wala poh syang trabaho, and again, I think a payroll is a prerequisite to become a co-maker? Do you have an idea? Hi, Pom. Normally naman in, a co-maker will not affect their chances of applying for a personal loan. Ang important po is makabayad ang Principal borrower in. How, if the co-maker is a spouse of the borrower, is such a submission of the collection request still applicable? Because they are no longer in good conditions? (I asked this question with marital ties in mind.) Good morning. This topic is really useful. My situation is a little different. You see, I had a car over BDO. My husband was the principal of the school and I`m the co-maker.
We were able to pay for the car, but unfortunately, as for me, due to some financial constraints recently, I was listed by the BDO credit card. Now we are asking for the release of our CR OR, since we already have it. I received an email from BDO saying they won`t unlock the cr or cr unless I pay my credit card. Pwede bang gawin yun? Labas naman yung auto credit its credit card debt ko plus I`m only the co-manufacturer. Nabayaran naman ni Principal yung self credit in time. Thank you in advance. „A person is an accomplice if the contract personally binds that person to a client.“ See Trebelhorn v. Agrawal, 905 N.W.2d 237, 242 (Minn. App. 2017) (quote omitted).
In this situation, all persons who sign the same bond are 100% responsible for the repayment of the total debt. Therefore, when a borrower is in a financial emergency, the lender can simply look at the other borrower who has signed the same note to pay off all the debts. Choosing this first option can be beneficial for a lender in many situations. For example, financing a borrower (i.e. a co-objector) may represent an acceptable risk, even if that borrower`s credit history is questionable, as a second borrower who has signed the same loan (i.e. another co-dealer) is financially able to repay the loan. As long as at least one of the participants is financially able to repay the debt, it may seem a no-brainer to require one or more co-creators on a note. Sometimes, however, it is not possible to get more than one person to sign the same note. For example, if a young farmer with few assets asks a lender for financing, that lender will probably want the young farmer`s parents to also promise to repay the young farmer`s loan.