Tent called worlds worst rental as tenant charges £210 a month to lease patio

A tent has been branded the "world's worst rental" as it sees prospective tenants huddled up on their landlord's patio.

Desperate tenants will have to fork out £210 a month for the one-man tent on the patio of a woman known only as Linda in Palma, Majorca.

Those hoping for a party pad or social buzz in their all-encompassing tent rental will be turned away, as Linda hopes to bag a "quiet and independent" renter.

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Linda has said that she will be offering up the rights to use her kitchen and bathroom though, with the tent seemingly provoked by a cost of living crisis.

She told local news channels that she was placing the advertisement as a necessity to surviving the £220 rise in her rent, imposed on her by her landlord.

Linda's landlord approved her request of advertising a "living space" on the patio, effectively subletting on her landlord's property.

Request from her landlord was given to bypass Spain's strict subletting laws, which mean permission to sublet must be granted by the landlord.

For an all-bills included patio pad with access to a bathroom and kitchen, the six square metres of space, a minimum requirement for any listed property in Spain.

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Linda has also noted that a deposit of £220 will be required for those hoping to move into the tiny tent, with a cost of renting a property in the area increasing by a hefty 43%.

Local news reports from Antena 3 claims that the tent does not meet habitability requirements in line with that of Spanish law.

Despite approval being received to prop up the tent like a makeshift one-man Glastonbury trip, Linda's offer of a "living space" may fall short of upcoming and potential changes to the law.

Illegal tourist rentals under the Balearic Regional Government come with a fine of £35,000 and Palma, listed as one of the most expensive places in Spain for a food shop, is seeing a crackdown on illegal tourist rentals.

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