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  • naomi576
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    Thanks

    Thanks davidjohnbutton for your reply, much appreciated, Naomi

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  • davidjohnbutton
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    You could put the guarantors name on the court forms as the second defendant and then explain that they are jointly and severally liable for the same sum court fee and costs and that the second defendant is the guarantor for the first defendant.

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  • naomi576
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    Rent recovery in the County Court

    Hello, does anyone know if I have to put the tenants named on the contract and the guarantor who refuses to pay on the court forms to recover rent arrears please? Thanks, Naomi

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