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A rooming house operator must get consent from a resident before adding an extra room mate

The rooming house operator must notify the people who are already residents of a room if they want to increase the occupancy.

The rooming house operator must notify the people who are already residents of a room if they want to increase the occupancy. The residents must give their consent before the operator can rent the room to an additional person.

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