Here's the part of the contract:
The Premises are for the sole use as a residence by the above-mentioned Tenant(s)(Item 1) only, not as physical exercising place or other business or political activity. For occasional guest & visitor who stays overnight less than two days, it is limited according to RSB's rule. Without Landlord's prior written consent, Tenant has no excuse to accommodate any consecutive staying and/or overnight for any guest & visitor. With temporary commendation, day-based, and additional 10% of rent each person is applied.
I had 2 guests over just to sleep 2 nights in a row. My rent is $1370. My landlord is charging me $180.65 for this. His math makes no sense since it doesn't even use the factor 10% anywhere and he's including utilities as part of my rent. What he has is ($1400/31) x 2 persons x 2 days = $180.65.
Does the contract say that I can have guests over 1 night without charge? If so does it only start charging on nights after the first? Is it supposed to be 10% of monthly rent $137 per guest per night? How is overnight defined? What if they came over at 9AM and slept in the day? What about 2AM?
I searched the RSB (rent stabilization board) and couldn't find any information on overnight guests.