Who is responsible to install TV antennas on rental properties in SA?
I typed in your exact question on google and got a link that’s likely to be relevant to your question from the Office of Business and Consumer Affairs (SA). The wording indicates to me, that IF a tv antenna already exists on the property – it’s the landlords responsibility to ensure that it works properly and provides reasonable tv reception (and pay for any repairs, unless specified otherwise on the original lease agreement). However, it doesn’t mention who should pay if there is no existing TV antenna. I would assume that because it adds value to the landlords property to have a working tv antenna, it should be the landlords responsibility to pay to have one installed. But this is only my opinion (and I live in NSW). I also located this tenancy fact sheet that might be helpful. If you don’t get any definite “legal” answers on Yahoo from someone in SA who knows… you might be able to call the OCBA in Adelaide for advice on 8204 9544.