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    I was just wondering if anyone knows information about wherever a non student can live in student housing e.g shared house/ studio/ flat etc. To explain better, I am in my Foundation year and looking to move out of halls and into accommodation for my first year but my boyfriend (who’s already graduated) is thinking of moving in with me too. Does anyone know general landlords views on this or the council tax restrictions? Any help is very appreciated!

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    I'm not an expert but I don't like leaving posts unanswered so I'll try my best to be helpful.

    I would assume that as long as his name is on the agreement or whatever and he contributes to rent and the landlord has agreed to him living there legally, there shouldn't be a problem. To the landlord, surely he would just be another tenant in the house.
 
 
 
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