Tenancy database notice - Form 18A

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Residential tenancy databases are often used by lessors (landlords) and property managers to check an applicant’s tenancy history and improve their chances of finding a reliable tenant.
Under the Residential Tenancies Act 1987, lessors and property managers must provide written notice to prospective tenants about the residential tenancy databases that they use.
Consumer Protection
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Last updated 27 May 2014

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