Speaking as a landlord, I would direct your attention to the Georgia landlord / tenant law. If it is not covered there or in your rental agreement then don't worry about it. Remember even though you don't own the property, you have gained control of the right to use the property by virtue of paying rent. This use includes any lawful activity that isn't restricted by special statuate or by condition of your agreement. Here's what you should focus on:
1) Take care of the property
2) Don't bother the neighbors
3) Pay your rent on time or early
4) Don't bother the landlord with trivial matters
If you do these things, your landlord will be greatful and you will not have any issues. If you do, you need a different landlord. Come talk to me.