Guarantor Withdrawing

Chris White
Chris White
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12 years ago
It depends on what the guarantor has actually signed up for. It's normally a legally binding contract for the duration of the tenancy and there’s no provision for being able to withdraw - it wouldn’t be worth having a guarantor otherwise. Have a look at the RLA guarantor form - it looks pretty water tight and even states that the guarantor’s liability still continues after death, which seems a bit harsh!

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