Does a landlord have the right to ask for several surety bonds to his tenant. Parents, grandparents, step-parents?
A lessor may request more sale sureties in very specific cases: for example for a roommate, each roommate having to find a surety, at least if his income is insufficient compared to the rent requested. As another example, in the case of unmarried and non-married couples, the two persons forming the couple must each provide a bond. On the other hand, asking for several solidarity bonds to a tenant alone does not make sense. The joint surety must prove that the income level makes it easy to pay rent in the event of default by the tenant, there is therefore no reason to ask others. The ALUR law fixes the list of the parts that can demand a lessor of the tenant and / or its deposit.
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