Dear scope of guarantee liability:
The precise language in the guarantee will control. You should buy insurance because the guarantor is often left holding the bag. The renter must purchase a homeowner or renters insurance. You should be identified as a named "insured."
Most attorneys would caution you to heed the maxim that no good wind blows toward a guarantor.
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