inside civil-law. The right which a surety has to result in the residential property for the major debtor becoming used in satisfaction of obligation in the first instance. Civ. Code La. arts. 3014-3020. In Scotch law. That whereby the antecedent heir, like the heir of range in a pursuit against the heir of tailzie, etc., should be initially pursued to meet the defunct's deeds and spend his debts. This advantage is similarly skilled oftentimes to cautioners.