Negotiate Protections to Minimize Guarantor’s Liability for Lease

Using a guarantor to secure your lease obligations—if you aren’t as financially strong or experienced as the owner for the space you want to lease would like—can be the difference between doing business in a desirable location or having to set up shop elsewhere. But while the owner may decide that instead of either taking a substantial risk on you or passing on an otherwise valuable leasing opportunity, it’s willing to secure your lease obligations by requiring a guaranty from a guarantor, this can be complicated.

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