Guarantor Deed

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2 years ago
Does the Guarantor have to sign the Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (AST) if he signs the Deed of Guarantee (Unlimited)
The reason why I ask is there is no where on the RNLA AST for The Guarantor to sign.

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