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Not allowed to visit fiance

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my fiancé has moved into rented accommodation ( a bungalow  ) and the landlady who has never spoken to me or knows me has put a clause in the tenancy contract that I can’t reside at the property or even visit as she doesn’t like me, is this legal?

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It is not legal. Assured shorthold tenancy agreements are subject to the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999.

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