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There are a number of notices designed to help the lessor, property manager and tenant/s deal with various issues.
Only issue a notice after you have tried to negotiate the problem or dispute with the other person.
When a notice is served, proper procedures must be observed. If the matter ends up in court, the person who prepared the notice would have to prove it had been served correctly. How to serve notice correctly is covered in more detail in using notices and counting days.
This form may be used when the grounds for termination are one of the following:
Residential tenancy laws require a period of written notice and other restrictions on how a lessor (landlord) and tenant can end a tenancy agreement.
If you want to end the residential tenancy agreement and move out, you will need to let the lessor or their property manager know in writing. You can give written notice using this form or by writing a letter.
Seek further information you if want to end a fixed-term tenancy before the end date in the tenancy agreement because extra costs may apply.
For further information about tenancy rights, refer to the Residential Tenancies Act 1987 or contact the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety on 1300 304 054 or www.dmirs.wa.gov.au/consumer-protection.
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