Deed of Guarantee Ammendment
Tenancy Deposits

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14 years ago
Hi there

One tenant's replacing another in a four tenanted house where a contractual agreement's in place. The new tenant will be using her father as a guarantor. He has crossed out all of paragraph 2 of the RLA Deed of Guarantee which is as follows:

"If the Tenant is jointly and severally liable with other(s) to pay the rent and

otherwise comply with the terms and provisions of the Agreement this

means that I/we acknowledge our liability is for the payment of the full rent

or any breach of the terms and provisions of the Agreement by any of the

other tenants".

It seems fairly logical to me that it should be OK, but just wanted to check as the new tenant's a trainee solicitor!

Many thanks


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