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Landlords can prohibit a tenant from subletting his rented property, and he can prohibit anyone else other than those named on the tenancy agreement (and their siblings) from using the property as their main or only residence. However, he cannot prohibit bona fide guests. Having guests is part of normal life to which a tenant is entitled and landlords must not interfere with a tenantís normal use of the property. Providing the guests are bona fide, the landlord cannot charge extra rent for the period they are in the property, nor can he put restrictions on the length of time they may stay, providing this is reasonable. If the guest stays in the property for say a number of months, it may be deemed that they are using the property as their main home.
01/11/2007 00:00

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