Joint Guarantors required?

Ray D
Ray D
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14 years ago
Hi,When requiring a Guarantor I always try to require on who is a homeowner and use the RLA Deed of Guarantee form. I have just had a thought however, iof the Guarantor is the JOINT owner of their own property, do I required both of the joint owners to be Guarantors if I want to go down the route of a charge on their property if the worst came to the worst?

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