I think we can reconstruct it, its not the thing you forget easily. Slidey said Sandy but Sydney said Snog. Slidey said Friday but Sydney said pieday. Sydney said tomorrow a day I can borrow? Slidey said yes and will be beautifully dressed.
1. the link to the property you gave us doesn't work, not that this is super important but it leads to...
2. I'm leaving large parts of the application blank, because I don't know what things like rent per week, bond per week etc.. are going to be. This is fine if I was just sending the documents to you and you can fill in the blanks, but if I'm emailing it direct to the agent, I need to know things like the address, rent $ (which needs to be sorted out per room, likely different rates per person), Bond $, commencement date etc.
A guarantor is a person who takes financial responsibility if a person on a contract fails to meet the terms of that contract.
It is an offence under the Landlord and Tenant (Rental Bonds) Act 1977 for a landlord/agent to ask a tenant to provide a guarantor for a residential tenancy agreement. Even if a tenant gives the name of a guarantor, this cannot be legally enforced.