In Roman law. An accessory party to a promise, who received the same promise as his principal did, and could equally receive and exact payment; or lie only stipulated for a part of that for which the principal stipulated, and then his rights were coextensive with the amount of his own stipulation. Sandars, Just. Inst. (5th Ed.) 348.

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