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Document Overview

If you are living with roommates at your place of residence, you need to set out the terms and conditions of the tenancy to prevent disputes from arising. A Roomate Agreement can assist you in doing that. This Roommate Agreement sets out, in writing, terms including the portion of bills payable, rent and personal property.

Use this Roommate Agreement if:

  • You will be living with roommates in your place of residence.

What does the Roommate Agreement cover?

  • Security deposit details;
  • Rent payment details;
  • Bills details;
  • Personal property;
  • Quiet periods of time;
  • Pets;
  • Smoking;
  • Household chores;
  • Termination; and
  • Dispute resolution.

Other names for Roommate Agreement include:

  • Roomate Contract; and
  • Residential Agreement.
  • Icon Australiasuitable for all Australian states and territories
  • Calendarlast updated July 2015
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