Consumer Affairs Victoria have released information for tenants about issues that might arise for tenants affected by natural disasters. See the Consumer Affairs Victoria website for detailed information.
Although the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act was passed in 2018, not all changes have come into effect yet. So, what has changed? Long term leases From 3 April 2019 a standard long form lease became usable for residential tenancies in Victoria. See Tenants Victoria long term leases news page for more information. Rooming house register Consumer Affairs […]
While the laws about tenants being able to keep pets will change, these changes haven’t come into effect just yet. For more information pets and tenancies, visit Tenants Victoria.
Social housing tenants who have made an outstanding community contribution can be recognised under the Social Housing Volunteer Awards, with nominations now open. The awards recognise public and community housing tenants’ efforts to connect and support people in their neighbourhood. https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/recognising-our-social-housing-champions/
The Andrews Labor Government is making life easier for caravan and residential park residents, who now may be eligible to receive compensation in the event of a park closure, under new reforms coming into effect today. There has been a spate of park closures in the past few years, often leaving the state’s most vulnerable […]