Tenancy Agreement

Tenancy Guarantor Form

This form is only for landlords in England. A Guarantor Form is binding contract between a landlord and Guarantor (typically a family member of the tenant).

Tenancy Guarantor Form
Tenancy Guarantor Form
This Guarantor form can be used with any of the Tenancy Agreements available for purchase on Tenancy Agreement Project. It is suitable for tenancies in in England. GDPR Updated.
Price: £4.99

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Why buy a Guarantor Contract from us?

Reasons to buy a Guarantor Form from Tenancy Agreement Project

1) The Guarantor Form available on this site has been created by Stones Solicitors LLP. They are listed as a Top 200 Law Firm and is recognised by the two leading independent directories, Chambers and the Legal 500.

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Tenancy Guarantor Form
Tenancy Guarantor Form
This Guarantor form can be used with any of the Tenancy Agreements available for purchase on Tenancy Agreement Project. It is suitable for tenancies in in England. GDPR Updated.
Price: £4.99

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What is a Guarantor?

A Guarantor is someone who agrees to vouch for a Tenant’s ability to pay rent and take care of the rental property. Should the Tenant default on rent payments and/or fail to pay for any damage caused to the Landlord’s property, the Landlord may proceed against both the Tenant and the Guarantor to recoup any owed money.

Essentially, the Guarantor is an extra layer of security for the landlord at no extra expense.

Is a Guarantor required?

A Guarantor isn’t legally required; it’s ultimately down to the Landlord on whether he/she requires one to be in place. Most Landlords and Letting Agents do require one, especially when letting to strangers.

It is strongly advised for Landlords to require a Guarantor.

Types of Guarantor Forms

Guarantor contracts typically come in two different forms. The Guarantor Form is commonly included in the Tenancy Agreement, but can also be drawn up as a separate contract. For example, our tenancy agreements don’t include a guarantor contract, because we provide them as separate documents.

Guarantor in Tenancy Agreement:
The Tenancy Agreement will need to contain additional clause(s) dealing with the Guarantor and setting out the liability of the Guarantor. Furthermore, all the above parties will then need to sign the agreement.

Guarantor as a separate deed:
This is a separate legal contract between the Landlord and the Guarantor, stipulating the terms and conditions e.g. what the Guarantor will be liable for.

The Deed of Guarantee must make specific reference to the Tenant and the Tenancy Agreement between the Landlord and the Tenant.

The Landlord should provide a copy of the Tenancy Agreement to the Guarantor so he/she is aware of the provisions contained in such agreement.

The Deed of Guarantee must be signed by the Landlord, the Guarantor and an independent witness.

If at any point a new Tenancy Agreement is created between the tenant and landlord, the Landlord will need to obtain a new Guarantee from the Guarantor.

Buying a Guarantor as a separate deed

There are many sources of obtaining a Guarantor Form, some even for free. However, it is important to get your copy from a reputable supplier that is distributing up to date and legal versions. We sell Guarantor Forms that have been created by award winning professional solicitors for only £3.99.

Referencing the Guarantor

It is important that thorough reference checks are made on the Guarantor (e.g. income, employment history etc). It is also often a prerequisite for the Guarantor to be a UK home owner as this makes recovery of monies much easier for the Landlord.

The landlord should to be confident that the Guarantor can cover any monies owed.

This document is supplied in good faith – no accuracy guarantee & no liability accepted – purchase and use at your own risk. The Tenancy Guarantor on this site is an example of its type. If you plan to use a particular document, we strongly recommend that you obtain legal advice from a lawyer before signing any document. If you use any document from the site without first obtaining legal advice, you do so entirely at your own risk. The Tenancy Guarantor Form on this site is a standard agreement and may not be suitable for all uses. It should be used as general drafting guides only. We do not accept any responsibility for any changes you make to a document or omissions from the documents on the website. The Tenancy Guarantor Form is based on the law of England only.