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The council pays my rent on a private rented property for me, and my children.

 

My dad agreed to be guarantor for the property when i moved in almost 3 years ago.

 

I have never missed a payment.

 

My father retires in April 2013 and obviously doesn't want to be guarantor of the property any more.

 

Ideally i do not want to move house, and disrupt my children, however my landlady when we got house nearly 3 years ago required this.

 

Is there anyway i can stay here without this? What options do i have? Is it all down to talking to landlady? or is there some legal jargon somewhere which may allow me to be my own guarantor, or for the council to be?

 

Please advise. x

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If council paying the full rent why would LL want a guarantor?

Anyway I doubt guarantor form is legal as it has to be notorized to veryfy the signatures and as a deed ( as no benefit in contract to the gurantor ).

Also the it must include details of all the possible liabilities and costs and the actual contract or at least be attached.

So dobt it could be enforced anyway.

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