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A bank does not have to disclose the amount each is personally guaranteeing although this is usually not kept confidential and is known by all members. A bank is unlikely to allow different amounts of guarantor amounts as each guarantor is jointly and severally liable for the amount of the loan. In other words, the bank can go after each for the amount owed and let them battle out who owes what, but the bank wants to be able to recover the entire amount of the balance from anyone of the members. This typically results in each guarantee the same amount of money.
For example, if the bank is owed $100,000 and there are 4 members, each are guaranteeing $100,000 not $25,000. The bank could allow this but very unlikely and I have never seen it done.
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