RTA review fact sheet - Landlord disclosure
Should a landlord have to give certain information to a tenant before a tenancy agreement is signed?
- Educate applicant tenants to ask the right questions before they sign a tenancy agreement.
- Require a landlord to tell an applicant tenant certain things about the property, such as any intentions to sell it in the next 12 months or whether it contains asbestos.
- Consumer Protection to maintain, and make publicly available, a database of landlords who have been proven not to comply with the tenancy laws.
Tell us what you think...
- Can a tenant access all of the information they need about a possible rental simply by asking the right questions or purchasing a property inspection report? Why or why not?
- What information should a landlord be required to tell a person applying for a rental? Why?
- Should a public database of landlords who have proven not to comply with tenancy laws be available? Why or why not?
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To submit feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the RTA review: www.commerce.wa.gov.au/tenancyreview or ring 1300 304 054
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