This range of Australian tenancy agreements covers holiday accommodation, residential tenancy and home exchange situations.
This agreement will clearly set out the terms of the arrangement, the amenities provided and any restrictions on use. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
A comprehensive tenancy agreement for a caravan holiday let. Written in plain English, with relevant provisions, and a choice of items of tenant's covenants. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
This is a comprehensive agreement for the letting of any holiday house or flat. Written in plain English with relevant provisions and a choice of items of tenant's covenants. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
A non negotiable 'terms and conditions' document for the property owner to submit with an offer of accommodation or to be posted on a website. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
This home exchange agreement sets out the terms of a house swap for holiday purposes. The houses exchanged can be in any part of the world, not just in Australia.
This service occupancy agreement grants a licence to occupy to an employee living in accommodation (from a single room to a whole property) provided by the employer for the better performance of their work duties. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
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