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    G Claim – Damage + Rental Arears

    I am about to initiate a claim against a G, just had T move on who has not complied with the AST, created vast amount damage to my property and also in rental arrears, both AST+G agreements supported formally by G.

    T moves to another unknown address, private landlord, I suspect G has also supported a further such agreement.

    Prior to proceeding with a claim, advised legally to check G’s property title deeds as I am well aware G and partner have resided in their home for a vast number of years, to my horror/shock, G and partner do not own their property. In addition to this both G and partner have their own local businesses, partner’s business in particular huge, unfortunately both businesses are not registered ltd.

    The property is England/Wales and T/C’s of deposit fully complied with.

    Any guidance or advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you

    #2
    I absolutely love the use of bold here. Top marks.

    I would say "shock / horror"... myself.

    Good luck. Bet they have nice cars.

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      #3
      Advice ? Next time credit & reference check guarantor and his property owning status BEFORE signing tenancy.

      Sue jointly both T & G. Get judgement. Then get money or enforce CCJ.

      Was guarantee enacted as a deed & witnessed?

      Yes, what cars do they have.
      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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        #4
        The guarantors lack of property is something that would have stopped them being acceptable maybe, but doesn't end their liability.
        Start the process of recovering your debt and loss from both parties anyway.
        When I post, I am expressing an opinion - feel free to disagree, I have been wrong before.
        Please don't act on my suggestions without checking with a grown-up (ideally some kind of expert).

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          #5
          Cars, yep very nice indeed.!

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            #6
            theartfullodger,

            Should I sue both T & G, Thas nothing, but G given the nature of husbands business must now be worth a fortune therefore I aimed originally to go for G only but welcome guidance

            G signed Deed of Guarantee and yes it was witnessed

            Cars very nice

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              #7
              jpkeates,

              Thank you I will aim for both parties.!

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