The URDG758 (Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees) are a set of contractual rules that apply to demand guarantees and counter-guarantees. As the URDG are contractual by nature, they apply only if the parties to a demand guarantee or counter-guarantee so choose. In simple terms, URDG offers a set of guidelines for the issue of Demand Guarantees which include Bank Guarantees in the way in which they are worded and constructed. These have recently been revised and are now clearer and more precise than their predecessor, URDG 458. The present revision (URDG 758) uses language consistent with that in the ICC’s universally accepted Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP 600). These call for new definitions and interpretation rules to provide greater clarity and precision. A clear layout of the examination of the demand process and a roadmap to handling extend or pay demands for force majeure.