See Residential Tenancies Act 1995 (SA) ss 81(1), (2). A lessor who recovers the property in the aforementioned circumstances may not grant a new rental agreement without the agreement of the court within six months of the repossess of the property. If a contract is in writing, the following conditions must be set out in section 49(1)(vi) of the Act: The Residential Tenancies Act 1995 (SA) contains many of the conditions contained in any residential rental agreement (whether the contract is in writing or not) and these are implied, even if they are not expressly mentioned in the agreement. A lessor may terminate a periodic rental agreement in which there is no infringement without justification. At least 90 days in advance (using Form 3) must be terminated in advance (Residential Tenancies Act 1995 (SA) ss 83 (1), (3)). This is not the case for a temporary rental agreement or a housing improvement building subject to a housing improvement notification. If a housing rental agreement is terminated on the basis of an order for intervention or abuse at home and the court finds that not all tenants are liable for damage to the premises under the rental agreement, the court may issue an order for damages against the liable joint tenants [see 89A (11)]. The tenant may apply to the Civil and Administrative Court of South Australia (SACAT) to reinstate a rental agreement if the breach has been corrected or if the tenant does not believe that he has breached the agreement. If two or more tenants jointly enter into a lease agreement, they are joint tenants and are jointly and severally (separately) liable for the lease obligations. This means that each of them can be held responsible for the full amount of the rent and the full cost of compensation to be paid to the lessor in the event of a breach of contract. The landlord can bring an action against one or all of the tenants. After completing the inspection forms, the tenant must keep one copy and return the other to the landlord or agent.
The inspection sheet is returned at the end of the lease to see if any damage was caused during the tenant`s occupation and if the premises were left in a reasonably clean condition. If they are to be useful, it is important that the inspection forms are duly completed and that a copy is kept by each party. The rent may not be increased under a fixed-term contract unless the agreement expressly provides for an increase. A serious breach of a lease is one of the reasons for termination of the lease, either by notice to the other party or by application to the Civil and Administrative Court of South Australia (SACAT). As a general rule, notice is given in the case of less serious infringements or when an infringement can be corrected (corrected). . . .