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You're ignoring the fact that your brother derives value from living in the apartment. Fair to me in your situation would be: Split costs as before Split rent on the one unit as before. And you get the majority of the rent on one of the units, as you used to get that value by living there. I'd say it's less than 100% of the unit's rent because it's likely ...


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Unless you've signed something (i.e. a rental contract or application contract) that gives the original terms explicitly, there's really no limit to what (or when) the landlord can choose to impose in terms of a rent to income requirement. There are no regulations controlling rent to income requirements, and generally there aren't any requirements for ...


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