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The answer to this question depends on what type of tenant or owner you are.

You may be able to have a lodger if you own your home or you have a Secure or an Assured Tenancy.

A lodger is someone who pays to live in your home with you. They share certain parts of your home but have their own bedroom.

If you own 100% of your home, check your lease. You can take in a lodger unless your lease says you can't.

You're responsible for their behaviour while they lodge with you.

You may be able to have a lodger if you own your home or you have a Secure or an Assured Tenancy.

A lodger is someone who pays to live in your home with you. They share certain parts of your home but have their own bedroom.

If you're a shared owner, check your lease. You can take in a lodger unless your lease says you can't.

You'll need to let us know if you do. Please email leasehold@a2dominion.co.uk to discuss it with us.

No, you can't have a lodger in your home.

No, you can't have a lodger in your home.

You may be able to have a lodger if you own your home or you have a Secure or an Assured Tenancy.

A lodger is someone who pays to live in your home with you. They share certain parts of your home but have their own bedroom.

You can have a lodger if you have Secure or an Assured tenancy and your home doesn't become overcrowded.

You need to:

You're responsible for making sure your lodger keeps to the terms of your tenancy agreement. If you ask them to leave and they don't, you'll need to go to court to evict them.

No, you can't have a lodger if you're living in student accommodation.

No, you can't have a lodger.

No, you can't have a lodger.