RLA agreement does not ban lodgers?
The RLA AST does not have a clause that specifically says no lodgers. Is there a reason for this? It states that only the people allowed on the agreement are allowed to live there, but obviously children cannot be included on an agreement, so there is a clause requiring landlords permission for them. Having a lodger is not actually sub-letting, which is also banned under the agreement. A lodger is a kind of guest, not a tenant; so does it not need a special clause?
As this ast does not specifically ban lodgers, it might not be clear enough to potential tenants?
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