guarantor termination.

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I understand that once signed the guarantor is liable until the tenancy ends, however, assuming the tenancy continues on a rolling agreement after an initial term, does this mean that the guarantor can give 2 weeks notice, or is it the tenants that have to give notice to end the agreement. Or is it not advisable to have a rolling tenancy with a guarantor? Just wondering in this instance if the tenants wanted to stay and the guarantor wanted to stop - I am assuming they would be able to give notice meaning the landlord would have to then give notice the the tenants - is this correct?
09/02/2010 00:00

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