No problem at all.
That is absolutely fine.
It is obviously not therefore an agreement for lease. That is
It seems likely that it is some kind of self-imposed kind of "letting
rules" (house rules) conjured up by the freeholders or the management company
but unless it is in the lease, it is not enforceable.
Even if 99% of the leaseholders want this condition, it cannot be
forced, it has to be 100% and then it has to be done by a deed of variation all
Assuming that it is in the lease (it isn't, they cannot impose it,
full stop.), I think there is still a problem enforcing it.
Does it say full-time student or student. What about a part-time
student who also works. When I went to law college, I worked for a solicitor
and I was also a part-time student (actually I was classed as a full-time
student even though I went in half a day or days each week, it was classed as a
Therefore would you not be allowed to let to me because I was
How do we define "holiday".
You can see there are various problems in enforcing it even if it
is in the lease.
Let's see what the lease says and we will go from there.