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AirBnB, Couchsurfing and sublease - Part 2

AirBnB, Couchsurfing and sublease - Part 2

We’ve been writing, in the article of the previous issue, about the activities of some tenants on sites like “Couchsurfing” and “AirBnB,” providing temporary accommodation services via Internet. This offer, made to transients, is often akin to services offered by an inn and can result in changing the destination of the dwelling. It was mentioned that these services, if they extend over more than a third of the housing which was built for residential purposes, change the destination of the housing and may give rise to the termination of the lease.

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