Commercial Tenancy Agreements Act - CPD 2014
Manual and assessment for mandatory CPD 2014 for real estate agents, business brokers and property managers.
You should download and read the manual before doing the assessment. The manual is a handy reference and will help you answer the assessment questions.
Complete the online assessment (15 questions).
Amendments to the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 and Associated Regulations
- Session Format
- The Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Amendment Act 2011
- Part One: When does the CT Act apply?
- Part Two: Changes in the CT Act: New provisions
- Part Three: The Disclosure Statement
- Part Four: Disputes between landlord and tenant
- Appendix A – Regulation 10 of the CT Regulations
- Appendix B – Recap on Unconscionable Conduct
- Appendix C - Extracts from the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops)
- Agreements Act 1985
- Appendix D - Disclosure Statement – Form 1
- Appendix E - Allocation of Operating Expenses for Non-Standard Hours
- Appendix F – Face-to-Face Session Activities with Answers
About the manual
© 2014 Department of Commerce
West Coast Property Training has produced this Mandatory CPD distance learning workbook and in conjunction with the Consumer Protection Division of the West Australian Department of Commerce. This document is intended for educational purposes only and does not constitute legal or business advice by West Coast Property Training, the Department of Commerce or third parties delivering this training session. Readers requiring legal or business advice should seek out suitably qualified and experienced legal or business advisors.
This session topic is amendments to the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 and the associated Regulations for commercial property managers and real estate and business agents.
The Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC) provides a commercial tenancy service to assist landlords and tenants with retail lease problems and inquiries. The SBDC can be contacted by calling 131249 or by sending an email.
The Department of Commerce offers information on the website related to policy, content and review aspects of the CT Act; however advice and assistance should be sought from the SBDC.
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