My son asked me to watch my work email for his new college apartment lease. A lease came through and I signed it, unaware that it was a renewal request from his current apartment. (which he had decided not to live in again next school year). The apartment had previously asked the tenants if they would be renewing and he replied no. However, the renewal was sent to his father anyway.
The apartment is asking my son to come in and sign the lease which he does not want.
I would make sure that he provided proper notice that he was moving per the terms of his current lease. If he has not signed as the tenant your signature as a guarantor may not matter but the question is why did they send it if they are aware he is moving. Even at a lease expiration often written notice of a move is required to stop any payment requirements for the lease. I would correspond with the complex immediately to make sure all parties are on the same page and any fees associated with the move are understood up front.
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