Thanks for your patience as I reviewed this;
So here is the relevant website that discusses these specifics- but basically, if the lease does not address the issue, the tenant may have a roommate; many leases require the Landlord's consent. If so, this must be complied with (and having it written is best so it cannot later be denied) or the LL can evict based on breach of the agreement (ie failure to obtain consent).
If the tenant has had a roommate in the past, generally the courts will allow the tenant to replace that subtenant, and the LL cannot unreasonably withhold consent in that situation.
Here is the ordinance that governs consent:
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