Joint And Several Liability

A joint and several liability is defined as a legal term that refers to the liability of two or more parties for the debts or obligations owed by them. In other words, each party is liable for the entire debt or obligation, not just their share. This type of liability is often seen in business partnerships, as well as in relationships between parent and child.

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