It's advisable that a landlord obtains the guarantor's address (which the guarantor is obliged to provide under clause 15.6 of the OpenRent AST) and to have them referenced so the address can be verified. A UK address is required for serving legal notices. However, this address doesn't need to be in the contract itself.
Articles in this section
- Who is responsible for unpaid utility bills?
- Can my landlord increase the rent during a fixed term?
- Repairs: A guide to tenant responsibilities
- Repairs: A guide to landlord responsibilities
- Does the name on the contract have to be the full name of the person signing?
- What should I do if I think my tenant is letting other people live at the property?
- Can tenants use residential properties for business/non-residential use?
- Do I Have the Right to Enter the Property During the Tenancy?
- Who is liable for the costs where a tenant has to temporarily move out of the property?
- Should I ask for the Guarantor's address?