2009 California Civil Code - Section 2814-2815 :: Article 5. Continuing GuarantyCIVIL CODE
2814. A guaranty relating to a future liability of the principal, under successive transactions, which either continue his liability or from time to time renew it after it has been satisfied, is called a continuing guaranty. 2815. A continuing guaranty may be revoked at any time by the guarantor, in respect to future transactions, unless there is a continuing consideration as to such transactions which he does not renounce.
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