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It is true that a partially-filled out personal guarantee agreement is evidence that such an agreement was intended.
That is, without your signature, and without your admitting that you did personally guarantee the debt.
However, without your signature, that evidence cannot support a claim that you in fact personally guaranteed the debt.
In other words, without your signature, and without an admission on your part that you did personally guarantee the debt, the plaintiff will not be able to get a judgment for this debt.
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Because there is not enough proof.
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