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A dealer must maintain a register of the vehicles bought and sold. A separate register must be held at each authorised premises. Dealers may use either paper bound or electronic dealer registers. A register must be available for inspection by authorised inspectors from the Department of Mines,...
Selling vehicles
CPD Points The requirements of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) are prescribed by legislation and all licensees and sales representatives must comply or face a penalty of up to $5000. How many CPD points must I accrue each year? In accordance with the Regulations, at least three mandatory...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The CPD program is continuing professional development training for the real estate and business broking industries in Western Australia. The requirements of CPD are prescribed by legislation and failure to comply may result in a penalty of up to $5000. CPD points are obtained by taking part in...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is designed to increase the knowledge, skills and professionalism of those working in the real estate and business broking industries. The aim of CPD is to increase consumer protection and promote consumer confidence in the real estate industry. The...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 (The REBA Act) and Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (the RTA Act) imposes serious obligations on the real estate industry and the way it operates. Failing to meet those obligations can result in the Department issuing an infringement notice (also referred...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The proactive compliance program assists agents in complying with legislative requirements, identifying and rectifying areas of risk, and providing advice to agents. This is achieved through voluntary agency visits and industry seminars. Proactive compliance visits The visits are designed to...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 requires people wanting to work in Western Australia as a real estate and business sales representative to be registered. A sales representative must work under the supervision of a Western Australian licensed real estate and business agent . New sales...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
To apply for a partnership or firm licence: all of the natural persons, if any, by whom the firm is constituted and all of the directors of, and all of the persons concerned in the management or control of, any body corporate by which the firm is constituted are persons of good character and repute...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
To apply for a body corporate real estate or business agent licence: all of the directors of the body corporate and all of the persons concerned in the management or conduct of the body corporate, must be persons of good character and repute and be persons who are fit to be directors of, or...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
To apply for an individual real estate agent or business agent licence, applicants must: be at least 18 years old; be a person of good character and repute and a fit and proper person to hold a licence (see below); have access to sufficient assets and financial resources enabling them to comply...
Real estate agents and sales representatives

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Building Services Board policy for applying for registration under mutual recognition legislation.
Building and Energy
Policies
21 Oct 2019
Commonly reported trust account audit qualifications for settlement agents and how to deal with them The following list of questions are commonly reported and should be used as a guide. 1. Monthly...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
27 Sep 2019
Building and Energy's investigation into the cause of the electric shock is summarised in this report.
Building and Energy
Reports
27 Sep 2019
12 September 2019 Trust account management reminders This year there have been a number of prosecutions in the real estate industry resulting in significant fines due to the mismanagement of trust...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
12 Sep 2019
This compliance letter is provided to Consumer Protection by the Better Regulation Unit (BRU) of the Department of Treasury. The BRU is responsible for assessing Decision Regulatory Impact Statements...
Consumer Protection
Information
17 Sep 2019
This compliance letter is provided to Consumer Protection by the Better Regulation Unit (BRU) of the Department of Treasury. The BRU is responsible for assessing Decision Regulatory Impact Statements...
Consumer Protection
Information
12 Sep 2019
Public comment period has now closed regarding the regulations that will support the proposed Work Health and Safety Act for Western Australia (WHS Act (WA)). THIS DOCUMENT IS NO LONGER CURRENT AND...
WorkSafe
Information
27 May 2021
22 August 2019 In this issue: Clarifying family and domestic violence tenancy law concerns • When a perpetrator wants to terminate their interest in a lease • A word about confidentiality •...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
22 Aug 2019
Changes to pre-estimated liquidated damages From 1 January 2022, the maximum amount of pre-estimated liquidated damages that a dealer may charge is five per cent. Background to the review The...
Consumer Protection
Reports
04 Jan 2022
1 August 2019 In this issue: Housing Loan details when lodging bonds New! Information and resources regarding illegal drug activity in homes How mortgagee repossessions affect your tenants Housing...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
02 Aug 2019

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