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Old 09.11.2018, 17:13
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Re: Size of the apartment - family reunion permit refused

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Nope, there are some rules and landlords stick to them.
To be honest you'd be better and faster to find them.
I can only find things which exists and thus can be found. Unless I did not look deep enough. Can happen.

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In fact my landlord refused to take a family this summer because it was too big (too many members) for the flat they applied for.

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I think it's a rule and not a law :-)
I think so as well. An informal one. An owner is free to "observe" it and state an occupation limit in the rental contract. Once again AFAIK, a landlord can not do anything if a family grows naturally.
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