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Old 19.11.2012, 16:18
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Re: Asked to strike out the No subletting clause

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Anyway, the landlord can not prevent you from subletting, which is probably why he is asking that the clause be taken out.
It's not quite a free for all for the tenant: there is in any event an information duty and also some grounds for denial, the most relevant one being if the tenant has permanently stopped living in the property themself.

This is an interesting difference to UK property rental law.
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