Pool Safety Inspections Tip #8: Leasing with a non-shared pool

Before entering into a lease or other accommodation agreement, property owners must ensure a valid pool safety certificate is in effect. This means a pool safety certificate must be in effect before signing the agreement, regardless of when the tenant starts residing at the property. For example, a lease may be signed on one day, but not start for another two weeks. In this case, it is the date that the agreement is formed that is relevant to the pool safety laws.

A copy  of the certificate does not need to be given to the tenant.

If your leasing a property on the Gold Coast or in Brisbane that has a non-shared pool call today to organise your pool safety inspection.  We will send one of our licensed pool safety inspectors out to inspect your pool and even issue you with your pool safety certificate as soon as they have finished the pool safety inspection.

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