Scotch law. He in whose favor a suspension is made.
2. In general a suspender is required to give caution to pay the debt
in the event it shall be found due. Where the suspender cannot, from his low or
sus-pected circumstances, procure unquestionable security, the lords admit
jura-tory caution; but the reasons of suspension are in that case, to be
considered with particular accuracy at passing the bill. Act. S. 8 Nov. 1682;
Ersk. Prin. L. Scot. 4, 3, 6.
Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition