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Paris Perfect Legal?

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So I have just booked our family of 4, mom,dad, 15 year old and 16 year old for a London / Paris trip arriving London October 9 and departing Oct 16 from Paris. I have another thread where I stated I'd prefer hotel to rental apartment which is true, but I've been perusing the Paris Perfect site and found a couple of options a bit outside of our budget but are perhaps doable. Are this site's rentals still legal? What taxes/fees are commonly added to rental rates and do the people who have used the site love them or hate them? We will probably opt for other accommodations, but I've read enough to be curious. Clearly these are available more than 4 months out of the year. Legal or not? They also have properties in London. Dont they?

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