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Tenancy rights and advocacy

Consumer and Business Services (CBS) provides information about rights and obligations under residential tenancy, rooming house and residential park agreements. 

Renting

Tenancy laws are in place to protect you, whether you are renting or managing a rental property. This includes for:

  • renting privately
  • residential bonds
  • residential parks.

Renting and tenancy rights - SA.GOV.AU website

Disputes

If you have a residential renting, leasing or community housing dispute, you should first try to find a solution by discussing it with the other person.

Find out more about Resolving disputes on SA.GOV.AU website.

If you haven’t been able to resolve it together, you can apply for the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT) to step in.

SACAT can help through:

  • agreement at a conference
  • conciliation or mediation
  • a decision of the tribunal at a hearing.

SACAT website