When renting, pets and subletting are quite common questions

Sublime: Almost freely for the most part
One tenant can sublease to another, but the sublease must be approved by the landlord. The lessee shall seek the landlord for sublease. But the landlord does not have many opportunities to reject the landlord.

Be justified by the occupant’s qualifications as a resident

Be justified by the occupant

Such a refusal can be justified by the occupant’s qualifications as a resident. The landlord cannot refuse sublease because he has something against the sublayer in general.

Under fixed lease conditions, the tenant can sublet the lease period. He can terminate the agreement if the landlord does not accept the landlord.

There is no time limit on subletting a part of the dwelling

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In current agreements, the renter can sublease the entire dwelling for up to two years when he is to be temporarily gone due to vacation, military service, studies and the like.

There is no time limit on subletting a part of the dwelling (for example, a bedroom) when the tenant is staying himself.
Pets are usually a conflict area when renting. Sublease must be approved by the landlord. The lessee shall seek the landlord for sublease. But the landlord does not have many opportunities to reject the landlord.

The tenant can keep pets if there are good reasons for doing so

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Although the landlord has prohibited pets, the tenant can keep pets if there are good reasons for doing so. For good reasons, one thinks of both social and welfare reasons.

In other words, company taxes and guide dogs are fine. However, there is a requirement that the livestock team is not shy about renting clean and possibly other tenants. With shyness one thinks of both smell, sound and allergies.