OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Sunday, December 14

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QUESTION: Has anybody shared a room with another person who is renting with Kw4rent? It doesn't say anything about sharing a room in the lease, so they won't be able to say anything if I do.. (not to mention all the other housemates are fine with it too...)

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  1. It's easier to ask for forgiveness than permission.

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    1. Like really what are they going to do about it lol

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  2. I'm currently living with 2 separate couples each with large pets in an "all-girls" KW suite. As long as the other people living there don't mind I don't think it'll be an issue.

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  3. Rental houses are only permitted one person per room unless they are immediate family. It is a fire safety issue. Although I really really doubt someone would do anything about it, it is possible.

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    1. lolwut? so you can't have 5+ people in a place? and you can't ever have anyone sleep over? sounds like bs

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  4. Check with Off Campus Housing in the SLC they would know. I don't think #3 is right, that would be like saying married couples won't be able to live in a rented place and share a room. I think it's a human rights thing and they can't stop you.

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  5. It's written in the KW4Rent lease that only one person can actually live in that room. Couples always violate that rule though. I don't know anyone that got reported before. Let's just say things won't be good if the management finds out.

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    1. Edit: I'm not sure why your lease doesn't mention it at all though. I live in 203 Lester and my lease specifically stated it.

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