Joint tenancy - One tenant gives notice

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    #16
    Well, you're nearly there in terms of regaining possession, so that's good.

    Was the guarantee executed as a deed?

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      #17
      Originally posted by westminster View Post
      Was the guarantee executed as a deed?
      Not sure is the honest answer. There is no mention of the word 'deed' in the guarantor agreement. The agreement is signed by our agent and witnessed by our maintenance manager. The agreement was drawn up by our letting agent using a standard 'LetLink' agreement. There is also a letter signed by the guarantor that she has read and received a copy of both the tenancy agreement and guarantor agreement. I don't want to start a legal process if there are questions around the validity of the guarantor agreement.
      I offer my advice freely, but I am not an expert, solicitor or judge. It is simply my experience of being a landlord and what I have learnt along the way. I make no warranty for my opinion.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Dinkum View Post
        There is no mention of the word 'deed' in the guarantor agreement.
        This means it's not a deed.

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