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A tenant typically has exclusive use of and possession of rented areas, unless the lease says otherwise. If your lease agreement states that the renter will be sharing the bathroom, laundry, and kitchen areas with other people in the main home, that is binding and he cannot keep other people out of the bathroom. The best way to avoid an issue is to get a written lease that makes the terms clear. You could even have the tenant initial that clause to indicate understanding that the bathroom is shared.
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