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Status: Reports updated 23 October 2014 The information imbalance that often exists between landlords and tenants in lease negotiations is a common issue raised by retail tenants and tenant organisations. This issue has been the subject of consideration at both the national level by the...
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All home sellers and landlords must ensure that residual current devices (RCDs) are installed in accordance with the Wiring Rules to protect all power points and lighting circuits. RCDs save lives RCDs cut the electricity supply instantly if a person touches a live part and receives a shock. By...
Residual Current Devices (RCD)
To ensure that the RCDs fitted to your property perform correctly, they must be tested at regular intervals. Energy Safety recommends that each RCD be tested every three months.
Residual Current Devices (RCD)
RCD laws Information about RCD laws for homeowners, real estate agents, settlement agents, landlords, tenants and property managers. RCDs must be installed in accordance with the Wiring Rules (AS/NZS 3000) to protect all power points and lighting circuits. Homeowners A minimum of two RCDs...
Residual Current Devices (RCD)

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L & C fuse switches Order 01-2015 issued to all persons working on and owners and operators of Long and Crawford oil-insulated high voltage combined-fuse switches Preliminary Pursuant to s.18B of...
EnergySafety
Reports
21 Jan 2016
This Decision Regulatory Impact Statement (Decision RIS) has been prepared in compliance with the Western Australian Government’s requirement for Regulatory Impact Assessment on the proposed options...
Consumer Protection
Reports
23 Oct 2014
Better Trading was a free electronic newsletter published by Consumer Protection. It contained current issues, important events and future trends in consumer protection and fair trading matters...
Consumer Protection
Newsletter
12 Mar 2015
This is what an electrical safety certificate looks like. You should receive one from your electrical contractor within 28 days of the electrical work (other than repairs) being done.
EnergySafety
Information
02 May 2014
Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 Section 6(4) Disclosure Statement - FORM 1
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
30 May 2014
Relocation clause prescribed for the purpose of section 14A(1)(a) of the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 .
Consumer Protection
Information
30 May 2014
Real Estate Fees Negotiating with an Agent
Consumer Protection
Brochure
27 May 2014
Proactive Visit Checklist Real Estate Agents
Consumer Protection
Checklist
27 May 2014
Renting a home in Western Australia a tenants guide
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
29 May 2014
Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 Allocation of operating expenses for Non-standard Trading Hours
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
30 May 2014

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