(1) An agreement is a residential tenancy agreement if—
(a) under the agreement—
(i) a person gives someone else (the tenant ) a right to occupy stated premises; and
(ii) the premises are for the tenant to use as a home (whether or not together with other people); and
(iii) the right is given for value; and
(b) the agreement is not an occupancy agreement under section 71C.
(2) The agreement may be—
(a) express or implied; or
(b) in writing, oral, or partly in writing and partly oral.
(3) The right to occupy may be—
(a) exclusive or not exclusive; and
(b) given with a right to use facilities, furniture or goods.
(4) This section is subject to the following sections:
• section 6D (Certain kinds of agreements not residential tenancy agreements)
• section 6E (Certain people given right of occupation not tenants).