Fixed-term leases (219.9 KB PDF) are valid for a fixed period, for example. B 12 months, and include the date on which the lease ends. The date can only be changed if the landlord and tenant agree. Disputes relating to housing rental agreements are mainly negotiated before the Civil and Administrative Court of South Australia (SACAT). You need to meet with the tenant, sign an agreement with them, provide them with some printed information sheets and also fill out a report on the condition of the property. Links and other explanations below. The protection afforded by law to a licensee is much weaker than that afforded to a tenant. The same goes for the owner or licensor, unlike an owner. For example, a landlord who has difficulty recovering payment from a boarder or subtenant or terminating a contract and distributing a boarder or lodger would have to take legal action. Most disputes would be adjudicated before the Magistrate`s Court depending on the nature of the complaint. These cases are likely to be decided in accordance with customary law, with the court being able to consider the parties` intention to enter into their agreement (orally or in writing), details of their agreement, evidence of control of ownership, etc. A boarder or tenant can rarely take legal action to prevent the landlord or licensor from terminating and distributing the contract. In most cases, the only remedy is an action for damages, i.e.
compensation for breach of the license agreement. The court may, if necessary, use a free interpreter.