Your Guarantor

If you're paying your rent in instalments then you'll need to ask someone to be a guarantor. This is the person who will be responsible for your payments if you can't make them.
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Yes, if you are paying your rent in instalments.
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Your guarantor is usually a parent, guardian or family relation. If you can't pay your rent or any other money you owe, then we will write to your guarantor to ask them to pay it on your behalf.
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When you accept your tenancy agreement, you'll be asked to provide your guarantor's contact details. Make sure you ask their permission first and let them know we'll be emailing them.

We will send them a User ID and password so they can log in securely to provide more information and give their consent.

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If you want to pay for all your yearly rent up front then you don't need a guarantor.
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Get in touch with the accommodation office on 0113 812 5972 and one of the team will be able to advise you. 

Documents and policies

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You'll find copies of all your important documents here, from key collection information to guidance for moving out.

Your contract explained

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Your contract sets out the legal terms and conditions of your tenancy.  Here are the main things you need to know.

Accommodation Team