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    The snag is that you are providing your tenants with very short term lets when in fact what they want is lets of indefinite duration. That suits the tenants as they can be sure they are committed to no more than a week at a time, whereas if they had a weekly tenancy they would be required to give four weeks' notice. One can see the insurance company's point of view because what you are doing looks like holiday lets. They no doubt also insure holiday flats, hotels and boarding houses which are not occupied exclusively by holiday makers and in their view you are running is something along those lines. They are not concerned with legal niceties but with how they perceive what you are doing. Whilst in most cases a landlord will want to be arguing for a holiday let, in your case it is the opposite!

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