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I don't have any direct experience, either. But the understanding I have agrees with the others that have responded. I think the bank will go after the easiest mark first. I'm not sure that would be C, but I would think they would go after any cash they could find held by any of the guarantors. That is the easiest thing for them to work with - no selling of an asset required.

--Peter
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