Me again !
I've got a question regarding rental agreement in general, not facing the situation (not yet, maybe).
In France, a landlord rents a property to a tenant, who is granted the right to do (almost) anything with it, the rule being that you must return the property in the same state as you received it. Thus, the landlord can not forbid you from hosting people (friends, family, the whole neighborhood if it fits into your flat ).
How does it work here ? I'm asking as I have been hosting my brother for one month now. He's planning to stay, we hence decided to head to immigration directory where I was required to provide, not the rental agreement this time, but a letter from the landlord allowing him to stay here with me.
Does it mean that hosting can be restricted by landlords or is it only an additional precaution ? But I don't think so as they seemed to stick to the minimal required documents so far. I also thought it might be a requirement for foreigners. And conclusive question, my landlord is a good person, and will most likely not refuse, but what "if" ?
Give me your thoughts, and even better, the answer if you have it
Thanks in advance.