Bail Bond Types

Here you will find a model deed of guarantee to be completed and signed by the guarantor (s) of the tenant. It is customizable according to the identity, the situation and the agreements between the people concerned.

The act of joint and several guarantees (or act of joint and several guarantee) is the document by which the guarantor (s) undertakes to pay the amount of the rent to the owner in case of default of the tenant.

This form of bail bond must be given to the landlord when signing the lease, along with the entire rental file.

This model inventory is in accordance with the latest provisions of the ALUR law. It protects the integrity of your home for the duration of the lease. In appendix, you will find the additional page of inventory of places of exit.

Bonding, how does it work?

Bonding, how does it work?

The lessor must hand over to the person who stands surety bond, and a copy of the lease contract. Of course, in the case of several guarantors, each will have to write his own deed of guarantee and will therefore receive a copy of the lease contract.

The guarantor will have to choose according to this lease if he or she commits or not. In the event that this regulatory process is not respected, the act of suretyship, and therefore the lessor’s guarantee to collect his rents from the guarantor, may be recognized as null and void.

In addition, in case of rent increase (as part of an annual review for example), the landlord must notify the guarantor (s). In case of default of payment by your tenant, we advise you to prefer the letters recommended, even with the guarantor.