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Tenants are allowed to have guests, however, for a shorter period of time . They can not share the rented accommodation with the guests on a permanent basis.
So Landlord should be notified if the new guest is causing nuisance to you as well as other residents.
If the guest is indulging in any anti-social activities, behaving in an aggressively/intimidating manner , then it should be reported to the police.
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