I need advice – I helped a friend last year and I was guaranteed for 6 months, which ended in June 2011 – she recently had an eviction announcement that ignored her – the owner didn`t want to spend $1,000 to bring her to justice. I am no longer talking to her and I am currently trying to get out of the contract, but the lessor says that the guarantee agreement stipulates that she is responsible for all the time she is in the property, unless she leaves in the case of an extended, extended or extended lease. I asked them to send me the original forms that I signed, because after what I read here, I no longer have the legal obligation to be the guarantor because of 1, the increase in rent and 2, the extension of the tenancy? But she said I did not sign up for a firm warrant, I signed for the period of stay. I`m a guarantor and I want you to answer a question for me. Can the landlord get money from my account for the tenant without consent and any www.nationaldebtline.co.uk/agency_information.php warning the text of the deposit form is important because it is a legal contract and can be imposed by the courts according to its wording, so it is essential to use a serious source. It is strongly recommended that you get an expert`s advice before using the warranty contracts. My sister in son-in-law, who came to the UK for a one-year Masters course on student visa, has now completed the course, but says, has visa until the end of January 2015. Now that he has to leave college, he`s planning to rent a place and wants me to be the guarantor. Obviously, it is on student visa and of foreign origin. What are the problems of being guarantor in this situation and what do I need to say? A warranty form serves as a legal insurance piece to protect the landlord from lost rent, damages and the resulting legal fees for a tenant. The surety form is a legal contract to enforce the agreement. Most standard “tenant loan verification” services should offer guarantee reference services.
However, if you are looking for a proposal, I can recommend using OpenRent`s credit verification service – I have used it several times to qualify potential guarantors. Details below: If I had to choose between candidates capable of providing a guarantor with those who are not able, I would go every time with the first one! I stood as my niece`s guarantor on a field, unfortunately I was fired and no longer earns a salary required to say 30,000 per year. If the guarantor does not seem appropriate, you can either ask your potential tenant to find another person who is, or find a tenant who can provide a qualified guarantor. Assuming you were a shorthold tenant, it is quite clear that the landlord is violating Section 213 of the Housing Act and, as such, you are entitled to the return of your deposit, plus a sum equal to 1-3x of the value of that deposit.