Archaic it might be, but the law requires guarantees in writing
From time to time your friends or colleagues may ask you for a reference for a venture they want to embark upon, or property they want to rent. Usually you give the reference willingly and write fulsomely about their impeccable credentials, valuable personal qualities and tidy habits.
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