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7.4.1 Overview

7.4.2 Principles for the provision of living-in accommodation

7.4.3 Definitions

Guidance

An accommodation manager may include the following people.

  1. An employee, agent, a subcontractor of Defence Housing Australia, or person authorised to act on behalf of Defence Housing Australia.
  2. An ADF member or an APS employee whose duties require them to manage living-in accommodation.

Common areas can include the following, regardless of whether the property is owned by the provider.

  1. Barbeque areas.
  2. Laundries and clothesline areas.
  3. Car parks.
  4. Commonrooms.

Service property includes living-in accommodation and any furnishings and fixtures that are in the accommodation.

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