It is a term1 of every secure tenancy2 that the tenant3.
(1) may allow any persons to reside as lodgers in the dwelling house4; but
(2) will not, without the written consent5 of the landlord6, sublet or part with possession of part of the dwelling house7.
If the tenant under a secure tenancy parts with the possession of the dwelling house, or sublets the whole of it, or sublets first part of it and then the remainder, the tenancy ceases to be a secure tenancy and cannot subsequently become a secure tenancy
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