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What's the probability of getting a tenancy agreement, being under 18, but having a guarantor?

Asked on Sep 11 2010, General in London | Report content

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  • Unfortunately in the eyes of the law you have to be 18 to sign a legally binding contract so you will not be able to get a tenancy in your name.

    Answered on Sep 12 2010, Report content
  • Maybe not in the eyes of the law but it happens.

    Answered on Sep 14 2010, Report content
  • Very unlikely, I would have thought. Aside from the legal angle, I cannot think of many responsible landlords who would want such a young tenant. Rightly or wrongly they would worry about security i.e. who exactly is in the house at any one time as well as noise from parties and a lack of awareness about paying bills, maintaining the inside of the property etc.

    Answered on Sep 23 2010, Report content

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