Caravan / residential park operator

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Real estate agents and property managers You are required to lodge a security bond as an eTransaction via the BondsOnline system since 1 September 2016. Private lessors Residential bond lodgement, disposal and variation forms can be completed online. You only need to print and sign them before...
Bonds
The Residential Parks (Long-stay Tenants) Act 2006 provides for: standard information to be made available to prospective tenants about the residential park tenancy prior to entering into an agreement; a cooling-off period for site-only agreements; standard information about the Parks Act and the...
Park managers
The proactive compliance program assists park operators to comply with legislative requirements and identify and rectify areas of risk. General advice is also provided. This is achieved through voluntary compliance visits and industry seminars. Proactive compliance visits Proactive compliance...
Park managers
There are a few reasons why a park manager may need to terminate a lease contract. Whatever the reason, park managers must follow certain processes , the tips below should help. What if the tenant doesn’t pay their rent? If a tenant falls behind in their rent it can addressed in two ways: A default...
Ending a tenancy
Unless the lease agreement prohibits it, tenants can sell their park home. They must however inform park managers of the sale and advise if they intend to sign over their lease to the new owner. During the sale period park managers must not put unreasonable restrictions on the potential buyers...
Ending a tenancy
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 mortgagee (e.g. a bank...
Ending a tenancy
Park managers can only ask for money relating to rent and a bond at the start of the tenancy. There are no other upfront fees that can be charged. Rent No more than two weeks rent in advance can be collected before or during the first two weeks of the tenancy. Unless the rent is directly deposited...
Site agreements
Under current residential parks tenancy laws park managers must provide prospective long-stay tenants with seven disclosure documents, either electronically or hard copy, before any documents are actually signed. the proposed agreement (relating to on-site home or site only; fixed term or periodic...
Site agreements
The way you manage a dispute about the disposal of a bond depends on the type of accommodation you are renting. Residential tenancy At the end of a residential tenancy, if you can't come to an agreement about getting a disposal form signed or if a dispute arises over how the bond money should be...
Bonds
If the tenant is permitted to keep pets capable of carrying parasites which can affect humans, a pet bond may be charged. Lessors/agents must lodge the security bond as a single amount, specifying the amount taken as pet bond. The amount a tenant can be charged for a pet bond depends on the type of...
Bonds

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A park operator / managing real estate agent may issue this notice if the park operator has entered into a contract for the sale of park premises and is required under the contract to give vacant...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
27 May 2014
A park operator / managing real estate agent may issue this notice if the park operator wishes to terminate an agreement without grounds. This notice can require vacant possession of the agreed...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
27 May 2014
Notice of termination by park operator or tenant agreement frustrated Form 2011
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
04 May 2014
A park operator / managing real estate agent may issue this notice if a tenant has not paid rent in accordance with a long-stay agreement.
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
30 May 2014
Notice of Termination by Park Operator for Non-Payment of Rent (No Default Notice Issued)
Consumer Protection
Template
30 May 2014
Holiday Accommodation Managers Are you Accredited?
Consumer Protection
Brochure
29 May 2014
It is recommended that the park operator and long-stay tenants read these guidelines before establishing a Park Liaison Committee.
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
27 May 2014
In Western Australia, some caravan parks provide sites for rent on which a relocatable home, such as a caravan or park home can be placed. Tenants who intend staying at a park for three months or...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
27 May 2014
Residential Parks review August 2013 FAQs
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
30 May 2014
Condition report site only agreement
Consumer Protection
Form – agreement
29 May 2014

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