Deed, agreement or both?

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I am for the first time looking to use a guarantor for a young couple looking to rent my property. Can you help and tell me what to use. Do I use the standard letting agreement and do I get the tenants and the guarantor to sign the agreement. Or just the tenants on the agreement and the guarantor sign the Deed?
Which is best? I was looking into Rentguard insurance which states that the insurance is invalid if the guarantor is not correctly assigned to the tenancy agreement so want to make sure I get this right.
So, so to clarify - is it a different tenancy agreement I use or the standard, and who signs what.
Also, at the end of the initial tenancy of say 6mth, will the guarantor have to sign a new agreement if I leave the tenancy on a rolling arrangement as I did last time?
09/02/2010 00:00

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