Reply to Re: When does a houseguest become a tenant?
Re: When does a houseguest become a tenant?
by Melanie on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 @18:09
Tread lightly cuz California has a fast and loose interpretation of the distinction between a house guest vs a tenant. Typically, money exchanging hands and receiving mail are the strongest arguments of someone being a tenant. There does NOT have to be a lease, either verbal or written for someone to be considered a tenant. Give us a bit more background and we can perhaps guide you a bit better.