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Re: Multiple tenants by Anonymous on November 4, 2017 @04:49

                              
Since marital status is protected by your state law, you cannot have different terms for non married or single tenants as that is a violation of your state fair housing.
I would not used such a clause as it has the potential be found discriminatory somewhere along the way and be costly to my bottom line. It's up to the landlord to explain and insure that any tenant who signs the lease may be held responsible for the whole rent and terms of the lease. Any landlord should be able to explain that fact easily to a tenant.
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