There is a limit on how much tenants can alter your property
Longer tenancies mean a lot of things for a landlord. Your income is more steady, the ROI is higher, and (hopefully) you enjoy a better relationship with the tenant. It also means that your property has to grow with the tenant and accommodate their changing needs.
More and more, we are seeing alternations made to the rental property to reflect tenants’ changing lifestyles and preferences. Some of them sit comfortably within the ambit of s42B. Others, not so much.
This session is designed to help you understand the parameters of s42B and the extent to which tenants are entitled to alter your property.
🛠️ What is a ‘minor change’;
🛠️ How does the Tribunal customarily deal with alternations and ensuing damages;
🛠️ A closer look at how s42B applies to spas, cabins and caravans at the rental property.
Sarina is the general manager of the APIA.
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