Managing site agreements
Under current residential parks tenancy laws park managers must provide prospective long-stay tenants with seven disclosure documents, either electronically or hard copy, before any documents are actually signed.
- the proposed agreement (relating to on-site home or site only; fixed term or periodic contracts).
- an Information booklet park living
- an information sheet (usually a Q & A) on rules for pets, visitor fees, the park’s utilities and, if there is a Park Liaison Committee, its membership and functions;
- a copy of your park rules;
- a condition report - relating to the condition of the relocatable home and/or the rented site;
- a written schedule showing the amounts and types of fees and charges payable; and
- information on any restrictions or conditions that will affect the prospective tenant’s right to sell their relocatable home or assign their rights under the proposed agreement
A park manager is also responsibile for ensuring the site can be legally used as a residence as opposed to a ‘short-term’ stay, is vacant when a new tenancy is taken up, and has sufficient keys to the amenities, gates or other communal areas provided to new tenants.
Publications and forms
- Information Booklet - Park Living
- Long stay tenure - a consumer guide to living in residential parks
- If a park is closing or may close (Housing Authority)
- Frequently asked questions
- Commissioner guidelines
On-site home agreements
- Fixed term on-site home agreement
- Periodic on-site agreement
- Information sheet on-site home agreement
- Condition report - on-site home agreement
- Fixed term site-only agreement
- Periodic site-only agreement
- Information Sheet - site only home agreement
- Condition report site only agreement
Notices defaults and termination
- Default notice - non-payment of rent
- Default notice - reasons other than non-payment of rent
- Notice of termination - reasons other than non-payment of rent
- Notice of termination - agreement frustrated
- Notice of termination for non payment of rent (no default notice issued)
- Notice of termination sale of park
- Notice of termination no grounds tenant
- Notice to former tenant abandoned goods
- Notice of termination no grounds operator
- Notice of termination for non-payment of rent (default notice issued)
Proactive Compliance Program
The voluntary Proactive Compliance program helps park managers to comply with legislative requirements, identify and rectify areas of risk and provide advice.
The Proactive Checklist will assist park managers to prepare for a visit.
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