A termination of a contract occurs when a contract is terminated because a person misrepresented himself, acted unlawfully – for example, fraud – or made a mistake. For example, if you bought a house but after a more thorough inspection you find that the seller intentionally hid the poor physical condition of the house, you may be able to terminate the contract. Termination of the contract may occur if a party is not old enough to enter into a contract or if an elderly person is unable to make legal decisions due to incapacity for work. Unless the contract of guarantee stipulates that the contract terminates with the death of the guarantor, the landlord would have the right to assert claims against the guarantor`s estate even if the principal debtor is in default after the death of the guarantor. For example, if the person who signed the guarantee contract was the owner of the company and then sells it to a third party, the guarantor may be liable for the debts of a company over which he no longer has any influence – unless the guarantee contracts are terminated and the guarantor is released from these contracts. If the guarantor has set the condition that the creditor has no effect on the contract in the absence of another co-guarantee and that this condition is not met, this would lead to the invalidation of the contract. The termination of guarantee contracts could be divided into two sub-categories, one of which results directly from the guarantee contract itself and the other is due to the extinction of the main debt. Since the nature of the guarantee is incidental, the cessation of the principal debt by payment either by the debtor or by another third party, or by the impossibility of honouring or any other reason terminating the principal debt, will eventually terminate the guarantee. Composition refers to the variation of the initial contract and the addition of something that did not exist in the original contract. In the event that the contract between the debtor and the creditor is relieved of a transaction without the agreement of the guarantor, his responsibility would be relieved. Delay on the part of the co-guarantee: if a person gives on a contract the guarantee that the creditor will not act until another person has joined as a co-guarantee, the guarantee is not valid if that other person does not adhere to it. The case law to this effect is sita Ram Gupta against Punjab National Bank.
 This case was that the complainant had revoked the security he had given before the amount was advanced on the principal debtor. However, the warranty contract concluded has entered into a clause stipulating that the warranty is permanent and that it is not cancelled or revoked. The Tribunal decided that the complainant was himself responsible for waiving his own rights and therefore could not revoke the contract. . . .