Weekly Snippet

March 11, 2020:  Tenancy Tribunal set for major shake up

One of the proposed changes in the RTA reforms corrects a supposed power imbalance.

 

Some tenants have chosen not to go to the Tenancy Tribunal because they don’t want the stigma of being labelled a ‘troublesome tenant.’ This is about to change

 

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March 4, 2020:  Making rental properties safer and more liveable

Submissions are now open for the Government’s new RTA Amendment Bill.

 

Currently tenants are required to get consent from landlords to install minor fixtures in rental dwellings. At the moment, landlords can simply say no. That’s about to change.

 

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February 26, 2020:  Fixed terms must become periodic tenancies

Submissions are now open for the Government’s new RTA Amendment Bill.

 

Another controversial change is a proposal to alter how fixed term tenancies can end. So, what are the implications of this change?

 

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February 19, 2020:  The implications of removing no-cause terminations

The Government has just introduced the RTA Amendment Bill to parliament.


One of the more controversial changes is a proposal to remove no-cause 90-day terminations. So, what are the implications of this change?

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