8:45 AM, 30th August 2022, About a month ago 4
I am still uncertain whether a guarantor can be held liable for various debts throughout a periodic tenancy.
Referencing a previous posting one member said “The key point is stating they`re responsible for the life of the tenancy whether that be fixed term or periodic.”
Even with such specific wording can a guarantor still LEGALLY be held liable when years may have passed, and the rent could be very different from when he/she agreed to be a guarantor?
This seems a rather dubious point and has this been challenged in the past with precedents?
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