NRLA Landlord Support
NRLA Landlord Support
16 years ago
1. The guarantor should have a draft copy of the tenancy before the tenancy commences so they know what they are in for.
2. The guarantor should be notified of any breach they may have to pay for as soon as the liability arises.
3. I cannot see why a guarantor is not kept informed of how you deal with a deposit-they have a financial interest in the tenancy
4. There is no need for the guarantor to be mentioned on the agreement as long as they sign a deed of guarantee
Dave A

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