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Yes, because you co-signed you signed a contract stating that you will guarantee that funds are paid if he cannot. The apartment complex can actually sue both of you because of the legal and binding contract that you both signed. We have to be very careful when we put our names and credit at risk for those we love.

2006-07-28 20:31:24
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