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  joonsson  |  20

Depends on your country I guess but in most anything you rent is yours, within reason, but if you rent a bedroom you can bring anyone you want in there and the landlord can only complain if you violate house rules and so on.

By  Chazzster  |  20

What century is this that the landlord thinks it’s their business if a renter has a visitor over? OP I am sorry you are living in some time warp that put you back in the early 1900’s. It’s one thing to require people who might be residing there to be on the lease, but this is pushing the ridiculous.

By  donb23  |  23

First thing I would take care of is those paper thin walls, or find out where they planted the bugs. Who know what else they are hearing.....or seeing.

By  ohsnapword  |  21

It really depends on the situation. Depending upon the agreement, the landlord may have the right to inspect the renter's apartment. If the renter is renting an illegal accessory apartment (i.e. someone's basement), the only recourse the renter has is to find somewhere else to live, before reporting the illegal apartment.