Article 680. Temporary tenants.
The tenant and citizens permanently residing with him, by common consent and with prior notice to the landlord, have the right to allow temporary tenants (users) to live in a dwelling place. The landlord may prohibit the residence of temporary tenants subject to non-compliance with the requirements of the law on the norm of the total area of residential premises per person. The tenure of temporary tenants may not exceed six months. Temporary tenants do not have an independent right to use the living space. Responsibility for their actions to the landlord is borne by the employer. Temporary tenants are required to vacate the residential premises after the expiration of the period of residence agreed upon with them, and if the deadline is not agreed, no later than seven days from the date of submission of the relevant requirement by the employer or any citizen permanently living with it.
References to other articles of chapter 35. Hiring lodging: