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Does the tenancy agreement say it must be signed to be binding? If it does then you would not be liable.
Your tenant can rely on that then to say they did not agree and you as guarantor will not be liable because you only step in the tenant's shoes when they breach the contract and there wouldn't be a contract to breach/ Hopefully your tenant did not move in as that can be argued to have been a waiver of the right to rely on the no signature term.