Residential Tenancy Agreement NSW
In New South Wales the residential tenancy agreement covers fixed-term agreements and periodic (continuing) agreements.
When offering a written tenancy agreement to a tenant in New South Wales, you will need to give them an unsigned copy of the lease for them to read and sign.
The standard components of a written lease in New South Wales are:
1. Total rent amount and terms of payment.
2. Total bond amount.
3. The term of the lease.
4. Agreed conditions and rules.
5. Any specific terms that the landlord and tenant have agreed upon.
When renting out your property privately in New South Wales there are also other factors to consider such as condition reports, price increases, bond lodgement and tenant rights which are specific to NSW.
The relevant form(s) can be downloaded via THIS LINK.