Don't Assume Personal Guaranties Continue After the Lease Is Renewed

When you renew a lease that includes a guaranty from the tenant’s business principal or another third party, you might assume that the guaranty will automatically continue into the renewal term. But if you don’t get the guarantor to sign off on the renewal lease, you may be unable to hold the guarantor accountable for defaults the tenant commits during the renewal term.

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