Suppose the debt is incurred for no binding purpose and the lender has not acted bonafide, then the lender can only sue the Manager personally for the debt. The other coparceners would not be bound in any event. If the manager dies, his self-acquired property in the hands of his heir would be bound to discharge the debt.
But the coparcenary property which survives to the other coparceners would not be bound unless it had become a decree debt and the share of the person who incurred the debt was attached in execution proceedings during his lifetime. In such a case the share of the deceased in the coparcenary would be bound.