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Generally a landlord should provide a suitable alternative during any extended time that the rental unit is uninhabitable. I would agree that the fumigation makes it uninhabitable and you are obligated legally to provide the alternative. I would think you may be able to make your own arrangement with a pet friendly hotel to allow you to pay for early check in on day 1 at 10:00 am. then pay for following 2 nights and then the rental unit is available again at 12:00 PM which should be near to the same as required check out. If you they currently have a 3 bedroom (I may have misread the facts) then I think it reasonable for the tenant to ask for their own room. This would also be the same if the hotel does have this policy. I would recommend that you contact the hotel directly and pay directly for room only. You can advise that these are the arrangements you are willing to pay for and if they want to add a night they can pay for the additional night, but that you are doing your best to provide an alternative during the period the unit is not habitable, but not for extra days, etc.
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