How does one write no AirBNB into a rental contract that AirBNB or the like is forbidden? Is this merely a form of subleasing? Assume a venue of Florida.


How about "no subletting" or "no short-term subletting" or "no short term rentals". You can, of-course, make a term which mentions AirBNB specifically, but that may not yield the desired affect as there are other similar options.

Note that just putting something into a rental contract does not necessarily make it legal or otherwise, and the legality will depend on where you are. In some places, forbidding AirBNB would be considered a breach of the right to quiet enjoyment, in others, having an AirBNB allowing AirBNB may incur additional council fees.

  • Is there an example where breach of right to quiet enjoyment includes subletting (AirBNB)? Links in the above post would be appreciated. Thanks
    – gatorback
    Jan 18 '19 at 3:24
  • @gatorback - I have not been able to find a link to that, but my thinking is colored by the Melbourne Australian reporting on Owners Corporation 501391P v Balcombe.
    – davidgo
    Jan 18 '19 at 3:48

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