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Salvan Tenancy Application Information

Here at Salvan Property Management Adelaide, we have made it as easy as possible for you to apply to be a tenant online and most importantly “keeping your personal details secure”.

Refer to the CBS Fact Sheet for Tenant Information (below) or click on this link Tenant-information-security.pdf (cbs.sa.gov.au)

When you apply for a rental premises in South Australia you will be asked to provide personal details to complete your application. This information is protected by law against misuse, interference, loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. Some information you can’t be asked for, as detailed below.

Disposal of Personal Details:

Tenant information must be destroyed within the legislated timeframes:

• if the application is successful: 3 years after the end of the tenancy
• for unsuccessful applicants, 30 days after the tenancy is let – or if the applicant agrees, 6 months after providing the information. (This could be to assist with future applications.)

The above timelines are subject to a 12-month transitional period from 1 September 2023.

Disclosure of Personal Details:

A person who holds tenant information or prospective tenant information must not disclose the information except:
• with the consent of the person whose information it is
• as required or authorised by law, or a residential tenancy agreement to which the person who provided the information is a party
• in accordance with an order of a court or tribunal.

If tenant information that relates to you has been dealt with in a way that breaches the requirements, you may make an application to SACAT seeking compliance.

Misleading information:

Residential tenancy laws also prohibit any exchange of falsified information or documents between landlords/agents, tenants and those applying for a tenancy.

Inappropriate information requests:

Landlords/agents cannot request certain information from prospective tenants or another person. This includes:

• whether or not you have previously taken or responded to legal action or had a residential tenancy dispute with a landlord/agent
• whether you have been given a notice of termination under section 80 of the Act for breach of agreement (such as non-payments, property damage)
• whether your bond may be paid wholly or partly through a program for housing assistance (such as SA Housing Authority bond guarantee)
• your bond history and whether a claim has been made on a previous bond
• whether you have had a tenancy with the SA Housing Authority (or a subsidiary)
• your bank or financial statements, without the outgoing transactions or bank account number redacted or omitted
• your financial information including your expenditure records, financial practices (unless it relates to your financial capacity) and any discharge from bankruptcy
• information relating to your employment (other than a payslip or document confirming your employment)
• information that may give rise to discrimination under the Equal Opportunity Act 1984
• your medical records
• information relating to you on a social media service
• your vehicle registration number
• your pets microchip number
• your level of education
• your reason for moving into the premises you’re applying for.

Landlords/agents have been granted a grace period for compliance with these requirements until 2 August 2024.


When viewing our website – Pay attention to the properties that are marked as “Available” or “Coming Soon” on our website.

You will find these properties ADVERTISED FOR RENT on realestate.com.au and domain.com.au websites respectively, so you can apply via these portals ONLY.  The open inspection dates and times will also be showing.  So please make sure after you have found a property saying “available” or “coming soon” go to the realestate or domain and locate that property and APPLY online.

  1. You need to have fully inspected the property you are applying for, to ensure it satisfies your living requirements and you are 100% happy. It will be home for the next 12 months or longer!
  2. If you want to jump the cue, you can pre-apply and save everything to your computer, ready to upload with your application (on realestate.com.au or domain.com.au) of course !

Here Is What You’ll Need To Include in your Application.

At least 1 item must include a photograph of you.

  • Birth certificate
  • Citizenship certificate
  • Current passport
  • Driver’s License
  • Licence or permit issued under a law of the Commonwealth, a State or Territory government – (e.g. a boat licence)
  • An identification card issued to a student at a tertiary education institution
  • Identification card issued to a public employee
  • Lease/Rent Agreement
  • Foreign driver licence


Please select a valid form.

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