Ending a Rental Agreement
Notice to vacate
cannot issue a 120-day ‘no specified reason’ notice to vacate.
To end a rental
agreement, they must provide a valid reason such as sale, change of use or
demolition of the rental property, or the rental provider moving back into the
information, view both related guides below:
proportionate test for VCAT
VCAT must not issue
an eviction possession order without first considering whether it is reasonable
and proportionate in the circumstances of the application to do so.
This reform also
applies to all rental types, including rooming houses, caravan parks, and
Renters can apply
to the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority (RTBA) to get their bond back, if they
cannot get their rental provider’s agreement, to have all or part of their bond
information, view the New options for
renters claiming their bond guide.
Notice to vacate
for endangering safety
can issue a notice to vacate if the renter or their visitor endangers the
safety of neighbours, the rental provider or their agent, or a contractor or
employee of either the rental provider or their agent.
information, view theGuidelines for
notice to vacate for endangering safety guide
information about the new renting changes, you can view:
The Bottom Line
While the official
position is that these new rules create a fairer safer system for all and
provide increased protection for renters, in reality, they place an extra
burden on rental providers (landlords) and their property managers.
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Monday, 26 April 2021