Maintenance and safety of the facility and equipment. Please note: only applies to devices in the possession of owners There are new rules to clarify what owners and brokers can do if they take photos or videos to promote a property for sale or rent. From March 23, 2020, a landlord or broker will be able to access the rented apartment without the tenant`s consent to make photos or videos for the promotion of the property for sale or rental. You can only do this once in the 28 days before the start of marketing or the end of the agreement. The landlord must properly inform the tenant and have the opportunity to remove his belongings from the frame of the photo or video. If a photo or video shows one of the tenant`s property, it should not be made available to the public without the tenant`s written consent. The owner and broker may share the photo or video, but only if it is intended for inspection, maintenance or repair. Tenants should not refuse permission to post unreasonable photos or videos. It is reasonable for the tenant to withhold consent when he or she is in a situation of domestic violence. Second, the agreement contains the terms of the lease. These include rent, responsibility for invoices and maintenance, access to the landlord and termination. We also strongly recommend reading the « Renting a Home » guide that Fair Trading NSW has on its website – www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/ftw/Tenants_and_home_owners/Renting_a_home.page In NSW, this standard residential rental form should be used for agreements between: New South Wales In NSW, landlords must provide tenants with a copy of the « New Tenant Checklist » available on the state fair trading website before both parties sign the lease. Fines can be applied if the correct procedures are not followed to the letter.
Owners must also ensure that they are aware of what is considered direct and indirect discrimination, fair trade laws and good practices. Ninety days` notice is required if no new lease has been signed after a fixed-term contract has expired. Australian Capital Territory Before the lease begins, the lessor must provide the tenant with a copy of the Office of Fair Trading Booklet `The Renting Book`.