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PostPosted: Wed Nov 11, 2015 6:10 pm GMT    Post subject: can they say no overnight guests? Reply with quote

Hi,

I'm a student and live in a Norquay rented room. My girlfriend stays every now and again but she by mo means lives here.

The letting agent rang me today and said she's not allowed to stay as it's in my contract that the room is let to me only. Which I was aware of but took to mean no one else could live at the property (which they don't) I didn't and still don't think it means I can't have a guest stay the night every now and then. No where in the contract is there any mention of guests, overnight guests or visitors. Or rules governing such things.

My girlfriend live quite a way away and it will put strain on the relationship if she can't stay at mine when she visits.

Can someone clarify for me if my interpretation of the rental contract is right and they cannot put such a prohibition in place willy nilly. And of so give some advice on how i might combat the letting agent.

Or, give some explanation of why the agent can do this.
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