How to get landlord approval when changing roommates?

To get landlord approval when changing roommates, your new roommate will need to pass your landlord’s background and credit checks. If this new roommate does not exceed the occupancy limit and is approved by the landlord, the landlord will ask for you and your new roommate to sign a new lease, starting a new tenancy. This would allow the landlord to increase the rent on a month-to-month lease without the typical 30-day notice.

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