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Is this true concerning the obligations of a guarantor?

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Is this true concerning the obligations of a guarantor?

You may make a claim online against the guarantor at

You may keep the belongings until you are paid if your tenancy agreement allows you to do so, otherwise you may notify the tenants that you will sell them to offset the money which they owe you.

Hope this helps
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

As per my original question I am not clear whether we can claim against the guarantor for both the outstanding rent and the substantial damage to property.

NB. Thought this was a free trial for seven days but your reply shows acharge of £11. Please clarify.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Please clarify your answer. Does this mean that I can claim against the guarantor both for unpaid rent and for damages to the property by the tenant ?

What you can claim against the guarantor will depend on what the wording of the guarantee is.

It may well be both unpaid rent and for property damage. Or it may only be unpaid rent. See what the guarantee says.

Hope this clarifies.
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