Should the seller insist on a surety from the representative of a company, close corporation or trust?

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Yes.  A close corporation, company or trust is often an empty shell with no assets, which obviously makes it very difficult to enforce any claims based on breach of contract.  A suretyship will ensure that the representative can also be held liable.

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