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Submissions to all Consultation Regulatory Impact Statements (CRIS) are now closed.
We would like to thank all stakeholders who provided feedback during the consultation period of the retirement village reform process. You can view the CRIS 1-4 papers on the Retirement village law reforms 2019 - 2021 website page.
You can register via email to receive further updates on the reform process.
If you have any queries about the reform process please e-mail Consumer Protection WA.
16 July 2021
You have until 21 July 2021 to have your say on retirement village law reforms. Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement 4 (CRIS 4) was issued in early June and builds on previous discussion generated through CRIS 1 to 3.
This final CRIS 4 includes:
CRIS 4 also seeks feedback on issues relating to dispute resolution, strata title retirement villages, building defects, insurance, and the provision of home care services in retirement villages. Watch the video and read the CRIS papers to find out more.
Your feedback is important to this process. We thank everyone who has already made a submission.
If you haven’t already done so, please read CRIS 4 and provide us with your comments. To help with your response, you can request a Word document with the consultation questions by emailing email@example.com.
You can choose to provide your views on as much of CRIS 4 as you like. In fact, you can also provide your views on any of the past CRIS documents.
Please send your submissions or questions about the retirement village law reforms to us by:
If you think residents at your village would like to have their say about the consultation, please feel free to print this fact sheet and place it on your notice board.
The WA Government will receive the recommendations for reform by the end of 2021.
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