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AJ, thank you for your reply. What if i do what the good man above says and ask the Lender to be a little humane and agree in writing to waive the occupancy clause because of my specific circumstance? Do you think that is possible? There has to be at least one lender with human empathy out there.

Also the term "extenuating circumstances" is as vague as they come. My sister can probably convince anyone that a broken nail is an extenuating circumstance while I might not be abe to do so even if I get drafted to WWIII.

Finally, I've been thinking, how do they know if I'm renting the house or not?? Do they have an agent checking up on me every once in a while? Or am I also legally obliged to signed some document where I have to tell them what I do with my own property?
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