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There is not a limit as to the number of people who can legally rent a house. However there may be an occupancy limit depending upon the location of the house. You would need to contact the local municipality to determine whether there is a local ordinance regulating occupancy.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX I find the local municipality or find the occupancy limits? this house is in Lane County, which is in Florence Oregon?
Here is a link to the municipal codes: http://www.municode.com/Library/Library.aspx
However you may find it simpler to go to the Lane County Clerk of the Courts Office and inquire
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