GUARANTOR`S WAIVER STATEMENTS. In this finding, the Court made this important statement: in its analysis, the Texas Supreme Court held that a warranty contract would be interpreted in the same way as any other contract and emphasized that, if the terms of a warranty contract are not secure, “its terms should be construed in the most favorable manner for the guarantor.” Moayedi, ___ S.W.3d at ___,, cited Coker v. Coker, 650 S.W.2d 391 (Tex. 1983). Project Note: As the Supreme Court has found, it is sometimes better (and easier) to be broad rather than too specific. While the clause in question is a bit complicated (a long way of saying in plain language: “Guarantor waives all defenses”), the lender was well served with a broad waiver and not with a long list of statutes, omitting something safely. As much as possible, it is easier. In response to this multitude of defences that have delayed and possibly frustrated a lender`s ability to recover security, provisions that have waived a guarantor`s ability to assert that defence have been included in guarantee agreements. In order not to be discouraged, the guarantors advanced their defence and challenged the applicability of the provision, renouncing this defence. . . .