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Not usually. A guarantor for what?
When does the agreement end?
Is this an AST?
When should that end?
In that case, the guarantor would not automatically be liable anyway.
If a guarantor has back an AST then he is liable for that period of time. The guarantee does not extend to further agreements unless, of course, the guarantor signs a further agreement.
If you want to retreat them just write to them saying that you do not agree to cover further periods.
They may not accept that. They may try to argue the original guarantor extends beyond that initial rent period to the full term of occupation but it depends on the wording of the guarantor and usually courts will reject that argument anyway.
But it is best to put them on notice
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