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Can a landlord preference one tenant over another?

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Can a landlord preference one tenant over another?

A landlord is entitled to choose the tenant that they believe is the best fit for their rental property. However, a landlord is prohibited from discriminating against tenants based on the grounds under the Equal Status Act 2000.

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