'Residential park agreements' are agreements where:
- the park operator agrees to let you rent a site to put a dwelling on ('residential park site agreements'); OR
- the park operator agrees to let you rent a dwelling on a site ('residential park tenancy agreements'); OR
- a resident sub-lets the dwelling to you (‘sub-tenancy agreement’) (this is where the resident gives you exclusive right to live in the dwelling). Sub-letting can only happen in certain circumstances. (see Sub-letting)
These are all considered to be residential park agreements [see Residential Parks Act 2007 (SA) s 3].
Different rules apply depending on whether the agreement is a residential park site agreement or a residential park tenancy agreement in relation to ending agreements and in relation to the park operator's rights of entry to property.
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