(2) The lessor and tenant may add additional clauses to the tenancy agreement, but must not be inconsistent with or amend existing clauses (unless permitted by law). 100 if 2 or more people share a tenancy agreement, unless that contract otherwise provides for it, they do so as co-tenants. (2) Within 2 weeks of the tenant receiving the report, the tenant must return to the landlord a copy of the report, signed by the tenant, which indicates the tenant`s consent or rejection of the report or part of the report. 3 A party to this lease cannot enter into a contract based on him or the provisions of the Residential Tenancy Act, unless that law provides for it. A landlord must provide a tenant with at least one form of payment other than cash payment or payment through a rental office (where the tenant pays a fee) [Residential Tenancies Act 1995 (SA) s 56A]. Section 97B of the Residential Tenancies Act 1995 (SA) describes the steps an owner must take in dealing with abandoned property. The measures that can be taken depend on the nature of the goods to be processed. 4 A temporary rent must be paid for the specified period in the tenancy agreement. (b) to assist the lessor in fulfilling the lessor`s obligations under this tenancy agreement (at the request of the landlord or tenant); or 30 In other cases where the rental is paid to the lessor, a receipt must be submitted or mailed within 1 week of receipt. b) inform the lessor in writing of the termination of the lease, in accordance with point 91 above. Under the Residential Tenancies Act 1995 (SA), the lessor must bear the costs of its preparation [s 50].
At the time of signing the tenancy agreement, the lessor must issue a copy to the tenant and, if the lessor has not yet signed the contract on that date, provide the tenant with a properly executed copy within 21 days of the signing or as soon as possible after the expiry of the contract [s 49(6)]. Access in accordance with the rental agreement Routine checks 10 The rental agreement must be signed by the tenant and the lessor (or by his agents). Unless they apply for a waiver from the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT), the contracting parties cannot waive mandatory conditions, even if they consent to them [s 119].