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  1. Earthing of lighting points and luminaires

    This page is for:  Consumer Landlord / lessor Home buyer / owner Tenant Western Australian electrical safety regulations require all lighting points to have earth protection using a conductor connected to the main earth of the building’s electrical instal ...

  2. State system COVID-19 JobKeeper provisions

    This page is for:  Employee / worker Employer In May 2020, temporary state system JobKeeper provisions were introduced for private sector state system employers and employees who were participating in the Commonwealth JobKeeper scheme. These provisions we ...

  3. COVID-19 Residential Tenancies Mandatory Conciliation Service

    This page is for:  Landlord / lessor Property industry Tenant Caravan / residential park operator COVID-19 Residential Tenancies Mandatory Concilliation Service (RTMCS) The Residential Tenancies Mandatory Conciliation Service (RTMCS) was introduced by the ...

  4. New WA code provides certainty for commercial tenants

    This announcement is for:  Commercial tenancy Framework for rent relief negotiations between commercial tenants and landlords Code applies to small businesses with turnover of less than $50 million a year Landlords required to respond to written requests ...

  5. Commissioner's blog: More rental homes go to pot

    This announcement is for:  Landlord / lessor It’s every landlord’s worst nightmare – receiving a call from the police with the news their investment property has been turned into a hydroponic cannabis farm. Unfortunately that’s the reality for a growing n ...

  6. Falsified references used for builder registration – Lipeng Cao

    This announcement is for:  Builder A Parmelia man has been fined $5,000 after his application for building practitioner registration was found to include incorrect or misleading information, including falsified references. Lipeng Cao was also ordered to p ...

  7. Farm machinery online sales scams escalate with $140,000 in losses

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Fake websites pretending to sell farm machinery are increasing in number as the number of victims and their losses also increase. WA ScamNet at Consumer Protection has now received reports from nine people losing a tota ...

  8. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Business / company Consumer Motor industry The average price of regular unleaded petrol (ULP) is set to increase by over 24 cents per litre (cpl) to 120.7 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers, if they can, to ...

  9. Retail trading hours extended for upcoming public holidays

    This announcement is for:  Business / company Consumer The State Government has approved extended trading hours for general retail stores in the Perth metropolitan area for the next two public holidays on Monday 1 June 2020 (Western Australia Day) and Mon ...

  10. Water safety advice for dormant buildings

    This announcement is for:  Builder Commercial tenancy Plumber Health and safety representative Property industry As many businesses prepare to reopen, WA’s plumbing regulator is urging owners and managers of recently unoccupied buildings to ensure that ho ...

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