Suggested by the apartment manager. My grandmother is 87 years old she was let go by AARP but continues to volunteer at the facility she was previously working for she goes 4 days out of the week for approximately 4-5 hours. She rides the special needs bus I pay the fare. She is pretty mobile but I perfer to stay around her as much as possible to ensure she doesn't fall or mishandle cooking appliances. She lives with my uncle who is mentally incapacited and unable to assist the way a normal person would. I am there mostly in the evening, as I work during the day. Additionally I am there some during the weekends. I assume since the personel from the apartments see me or my car there so often they have suggested I be included on the lease. This means filling out an application and additonal charges. I contribute quite a bit to my grandmothers bills and also maintain my rent and bills. I don't want to entirely move in because as a young person there are times I need my privacy. My question is are there any legal stipulations that say I must be included on the lease becaus of the amount of time I spend at my grandmothers house?