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    So I went on one of these room finder sites to find somewhere to stay close to my university. Someone is advertising a room in one of these student village type things and it's a really good deal. But I went on the site of the people who own the flats and it says in the tenant agreement no subletting. I'm fairly certain that's what she's doing as it's halfway through the school year so no one is moving into these places right now. If that is what's happening, what would happen if a landlord or someone like that found out? Thank you.
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    (Original post by katieann229)
    So I went on one of these room finder sites to find somewhere to stay close to my university. Someone is advertising a room in one of these student village type things and it's a really good deal. But I went on the site of the people who own the flats and it says in the tenant agreement no subletting. I'm fairly certain that's what she's doing as it's halfway through the school year so no one is moving into these places right now. If that is what's happening, what would happen if a landlord or someone like that found out? Thank you.
    subletting is likely to be against their agreement, but in this situation it looks like she's looking for a replacement who will then go onto sign a tenancy agreement with the owners, unless there's something to make you suspicious otherwise like the price of the rent per week being different?
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    It sounds to me like they're finding a replacement which is pretty normal you'll see loadsss of flats advertised on here from people wanting to leave their course etc.
 
 
 
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