Hi All, A couple (we'll call them Adam and Eve, aged 40 and 38 respectively - no kids) living in South Australia own a house (PPR) as Joint Tenants, unfortunately, they no longer see eye-to-eye (putting it lightly); especially when it comes to the almighty dollar (ahhh, the joys of marriage). Eve is business-minded and wants to begin investing in property to create passive income. Adam prefers to play it safe and wants to live a simple life; ideally, he wants to work until retirement... besides, all this talk of rental yields, LVR's, and cash-cows is overwhelmingly complicated. Eve, using the equity from their PPR, has planned to demolish, subdivide and build two rental houses. From her feasibility study, the two properties will be positive cashflow and will generate a nice profit of $21,300/year (after expenses)! Now, taking Adam and Eve's political situation into consideration, how can Eve proceed with her plan if Adam is against it? In other words: As Joint Tenants owning a PPR in S.A., do both tenants need to approve any actions* pertaining the PPR? *Actions: Renovations, Demolitions, Subdivisions, Accessing Equity, etc.