Article 677. The tenant and citizens permanently residing with him.
1. Only a citizen may be a tenant under a tenancy agreement. 2. The contract must specify the citizens who permanently live in the dwelling together with the tenant. In the absence of such indications in the contract, the introduction of these citizens shall be carried out in accordance with the rules of Article 679 of this Code. Citizens permanently living together with the tenant have equal rights with him to use the dwelling. The relationship between the employer and such citizens is determined by law. 3. The tenant is liable to the landlord for the actions of citizens permanently living with him who violate the terms of the contract for renting residential premises. 4. Citizens permanently residing with the tenant may, by notifying the landlord, enter into an agreement with the tenant that all citizens permanently residing in the dwelling shall be jointly and jointly with the tenant liable to the landlord. In this case, such citizens are sonaniators.
References to other articles of chapter 35. Hiring lodging: