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question by junez on October 10, 2018 @21:00

                              
i was wondering do ll/t laws apply to private houses like it does with other forms of housing in terms of m2m tenants?
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Re: question by LAMAC66 on October 11, 2018 @06:57 [ Reply ]
depends on state law
Re: question by AnonymousFL on October 11, 2018 @13:26 [ Reply ]
For the most part the laws will be the same. It is still a contract between tenant and landlord...but like LAMAC66 said, your state or area could also have other requirements.

However, you will sometimes find exceptions. For example, if the property is a small owner-occupied multi-unit building (1-4 units), the landlord is allowed to turn down applicants with children. It is an exception to the fair housing rule for that one situation.

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