If you are a guarantor and the principal defaults for whatever reason (sickness, death, business failure, etc.), then you would be directly responsible for any unpaid balance of the lease.
If you carefully crafted the guarantee to only cover unpaid rents, and not damages or liability issues (e.g. personal injury), then company could only pursue you for the unpaid rent.
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