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    #16
    I have checked the tenancy agreement and it is a joint one, the agreement is for the whole property and we are paying 1/3 each rent and deposit. That may put me in a stronger negotiating position when we discuss the visits then as I am on good terms with my flatmates and they understand why I am not happy. They don't really want him round either -I think he is a rather overbearing parent. We need to man up and put on a united front. Thanks for the advice so far

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      #17
      Originally posted by Kevin Smith View Post
      We need to man up and put on a united front. Thanks for the advice so far
      But that is the whole issue. If all parts of the joint tenant do not want the man around, then he attending as landlord (and inappropriately so). But otherwise he is attending as an invited guest of the tenant and the fact that he happens to be the landlord is totally incidental. So have they actually said they do not want him around? This is the first time you have intimated that.

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