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Ending a Tenancy (England) | England | Landlord Wants Tenant to Leave (England)

Guarantor

17 Nov 2021 | 1 comment

If I want to serve a section 8 for rent arrears or a Section 21 to end the tenancy do I put the guarantor on the notice as well or just send a copy to them.

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  1. guildy

    No, you never put a guarantor on a possession notice.

    Not sure it’s even appropriate to send the guarantor a copy as it’s a personal document to the tenant.

    However, we’d have no objection to informing them that a notice has been served as information that if the tenant fails to vacate and a court order is needed, the guarantor may be liable for any court fees (if the tenant didn’t pay and if the court orders any).

    If the guarantor wants to see a copy of any notice, they can get that from the tenant directly.

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