The Supreme Court of Victoria has just handed down a landmark judgment, finding that tenants under a Residential Tenancies Lease who list a property on Airbnb are breaching their lease and may be evicted by their landlord. This overturns a recent VCAT decision. Here is the judgment: Swan v Uecker  VSC 313 (10 June 2016) Paragraph 75 of the judgment finds that when tenants Airbnb a property, this amounts to exclusive possession for the Airbnb'er, which is a sub-lease and not a licence (VCAT had found it to be a licence). Subleasing a property without the landlord's consent is a breach of the Residential Tenancies Act and it can lead to the tenant being evicted pursuant to the Act. This is a landmark decision in Victoria and a victory for landlords.