Accommodation Agreements (Leases, Hotel stays etc)
Property owners entering into accommodation agreements, such as leases or hotel stays, must also obtain a swimming pool safety certificate. For non-shared pools, such as pools for houses, townhouses or units with their own pool or spa, a pool safety certificate is required prior to entering into an accommodation agreement.
For shared pools, such as a body corporate pool in a unit complex, if there is no pool safety certificate in effect, a form 36 must be given to the pool owner (e.g. body corporate), the Department of Infrastructure and Planning and, except for short-term accommodation, the occupant (e.g. tenant).