Deceased tenant
Tax Planning and Financial

okanagan
okanagan
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173 Posts
16 years ago
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I see no major problems with letting the guy stay on, however treat it as a brand new tenancy with all safeguards in place etc. I personally do not let to teenagers in particular single teenagers, parties spring to mind (as we have all done) and when the party is not at your home address people (teens/students) tend to be a little less careful about the host's surroundings. I am curious how a 17yr old student can pay a regular monthly rent?

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