Moving out of a residential park - by tenant
Information about ending a residential park tenancy
There are a number of ways a tenancy agreement can come to an end including:
- the tenant’s written agreement ends and there’s no arrangement to extend it;
- the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) terminates the agreement;
- the tenant files a Notice of termination of tenant's interest in on-site home agreement on grounds of family violence (Division 4 form);
- the mortgagee (e.g. a bank) takes possession of the premises;
- the tenant abandons the premises;
- a merger occurs; or
- a person or company claims ‘superior title’ over the property.
When the tenancy ends, certain legal requirements need to be met such as providing a written, signed and dated notice that clearly identify not only the premises, but all the parties involved.
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