Property in England, proposed guarantor in Scotland

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15 years ago
Currently in the process of renting out a property in England. The most suitable applicants have a guarantor (their father) who lives in Scotland. I was planning to use the RLA Deed of Guarantee.

Is it wise to have a guarantor in Scotland?
Is the RLA Deed of Guarantee suitable on this occassion?
Can it be enforced against some-one residing in Scotland?

A security deposit is also being taken.

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