Breach notices are
different in each state; however, they all pretty much notify the tenant they
have done something wrong and ask for the situation to be fixed within a
certain number of days.
In order to be
valid, there are a number of things a breach notice should include, which again
may differ from state to state.
But typically, a
breach notice should highlight:
around how the tenant has breached their lease agreement and/or the
Residential Tenancies Act.
about the loss or damage caused by the breach.
outlining what is required to be fixed or what compensation needs to be
consequences if the tenant does not respond accordingly.
date (to show the day the breach notice was issued) and a signature.
If the notice is
not served properly, it will not look good for the landlord if the matter goes
to a court or tribunal.
TIP: tribunals have been known to completely reject a landlord’s claim in
court simply because the notice wasn’t served correctly.
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Tuesday, 25 May 2021