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Explanation: I am not 100% certain of the precise phrasing. See reference below for a reliable definition (Bridges) of "garantie incidente". I realise that this is "garantie sur incident"
"by Council of Europe, Council of Europe ... - 1993 - Law - 463 pages
... jonction de demandes, jonction d'instances * joinder of guarantor - garantie incidente (dans les procédures pendantes) * joinder of issue - mise en état ..."
"The action was brought to recover this amount, and Tillar was joined as guarantor and defendant. Having received the automobiles of the plaintiff company, ..."
B D Finch France Local time: 05:21 Works in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 465
Explanation: I was away when this question was asked and have spotted it only because the subject keeps being re-asked and not properly understood.
FHS Bridge's FR/EN entry which is again inadequate on this topic: demande incidente en garantie = third-party proceedings against a guarantor (in pending proceedings). No guarantor is joined in, but a a third-paty indemnifier of the defendant.
Incident means an ancillary action on an interlocutory issue like third-party proceedings running alongside the principal action. The 'incident' can be a jonction/joinder and can hold up the main proceedings: art. 50 and 367 et seq. French New Code of Civ. Proc.
In UK County Courts and the QBD vs. the Chancery Div. of the High Court, a corp. can be pluralised as a party e.g. claimants or defendants.
xxxAdrian MM. Local time: 05:21 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 858