Tenancy Types and Management

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15 years ago
Hi Dave
Hopefuly you can help me with my dilema,
i recently had a non paying tenant and when she left i then went to the guarranto for an out of court settlement of £950 as they are quite old and we felt sorry for them,if we were to take it to court then it would of been £2400,they have since went to a solicotor so there is now a dispute with them,my problem is
when i've checked the guarranto agreement i notice that where it says the tenant and adress it is left blank also the part for the guarranto as when i asked them to sign it they signed at the bottom and also put there adress there too,its not in the right place but it is still there will this cause a problem for me,also for some stupid reason i didn't sign it as it asks for the landlords signature and i am not the landlord,will this be classed as invalid or can i get around it some how,as at the end of the day both tenant and guarranto signed it and also put there address on it,please let me know as i am speaking to there solicotor tomorrow,thanks in advance

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