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Re: co-signer/guarantor responsibilities

Posted by TenantNet on April 19, 1998 at 19:18:26:

In Reply to: co-signer/guarantor responsibilities posted by elvine topac on April 08, 1998 at 20:32:58:

: I do not want my cosigner to be
: disturbed, hassled, basically contacted or be aware of the situation for
: personal reasons that are extremely important & delicate. On that note, my questions are:

I understand your wishes, but that's what a co-signer is for, and it
may be the landlord who makes that decision, not you.

: 1.Can they make my guarantor/cosigner responsible for payment?


: 2.If they sue me, for eviction, does this mean he is getting sued as well?

if he is named in the suit.

: 3. Can they contact him independently?

I think they would need to serve him with papers.

: 4. Would this cause any legal problems for him?


: 5. Would this effect his credit and or standing?

not unless there was an unpaid judgment after a trial

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