RTA review fact sheet - Making changes to the property
Should a tenant be allowed to make certain changes to the property without a landlord's permission?
- Allow the tenant to make minor changes that do not impact the structural integrity of the property.
- Allow a landlord to deny a request for minor changes, but only in certain circumstances or with a court order.
Tell us what you think...
- What type of changes should a tenant be allowed to make to the property (for example, painting, or installing picture hooks or grab rails)?
- When is it reasonable for a landlord to say no to minor changes?
- Should a landlord be allowed to ask a tenant to pay a “modification bond” to cover the cost of restoring the property at the end of the tenancy agreement?
- If there is a modification bond, what would be a fair amount?
It's easy to have your say!
To submit feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the RTA review: www.commerce.wa.gov.au/tenancyreview or ring 1300 304 054
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