By Jenni Ryall
It’s the worst nightmare of every renter who is making cash on Airbnb: A court in Melbourne, Australia has evicted tenants after their rental property was leased on the property platform.
In a case that is likely to set a precedent in Australia, a landlord has been given permission to kick her tenants out due to them using her apartment for short-term stays.
The appeal case was heard in the Victorian Supreme Court on Friday, with the decision being focussed on whether or not the tenants had subletted or licensed the property.
Subletting of an apartment is not allowed in Australia without the permission of the landlord and the only people allowed to live in the property are those listed on the tenancy agreement. Read more…
Source: Mashable Business