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 Hoilday tenancy agreements

This range of Australian tenancy agreements covers holiday accommodation, residential tenancy and home exchange situations.


Service occupancy agreement

19.00  

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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Terms and conditions: holiday property

39.00  

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.

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Home exchange agreement

39.00  

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.

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Holiday house letting agreement

49.00  

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.

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Holiday caravan letting agreement

39.00  

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.

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Vacation property rental agreement

10.95  

This agreement will clearly set out the terms of the arrangement, the amenities provided and any restrictions on use. Suitable for use throughout Australia.

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