RTA review fact sheet - When landlords need to end a periodic agreement
Should the landlord be allowed to terminate a periodic tenancy agreement if the status of the tenant or the landlord changes?
- Change the RTA to allow a landlord to terminate the tenancy agreement if the tenant is no longer eligible for public or community housing or, in the case of employer provided housing, is no longer employed by the landlord.
- If the rental property is sold, stop the landlord from ending the tenancy agreement unless the purchased wants to tlive in the property themselvs or wantes to change the use of the property.
- If the property is sold, allow the landlord to end the tenancy agreement, but increase the notice period from 30 to 60 days.
Tell us what you think...
- Should a landlord be allowed to terminate a tenancy agreement if the tenant is no linger eligible or employed by the landlord?
- If the property is sold, should the tenant be aloowed to stay in the tenancy unless the purchased wants to live in the property or use the property for some other purpose?
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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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