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All individuals, partnerships or bodies corporate (companies and other incorporated bodies) that carry on business as employment agents must be licensed under the Employment Agents Act 1976 (the Act). This includes traditional employment agencies and employment brokers, as well as booking agencies...
Becoming an agent
The fees listed below were correct as at 1 April 2021. Fees are subject to annual review and may change without notice. Motor vehicle dealers Fees and forms for dealers, salespeople, yard managers and special permit holders. Motor vehicle dealers f orms Motor vehicle dealer forms Motor vehicle...
Motor vehicle licence fees and forms
Definitions The following are definitions from the Motor Vehicle Repairers Act 2003 and the Motor Vehicle Repairers Regulations 2007. Accessory When used in connection with a motor vehicle, includes an accessory originally fitted to the vehicle in the course of manufacturing the vehicle, but does...
Motor vehicle repairers
When you apply for a motor vehicle dealers licence you will need to specify the category of licence you are applying for.
Motor vehicle dealer categories flowchart of changes 2021
Motor vehicle dealer categories flowchart of changes 2021, by Consumer Protection
Changes to motor vehicle dealer regulations More information about the recent changes to the regulations and a flowchart showing the...
Vehicle sellers
Refunds of licence fees will be considered with reference to the particular circumstances, and the requirements of the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 (“the REBA Act”) and associated Regulations. The Commissioner may in “special circumstances” refund the whole or part of any fee paid for a...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
Consumer Protection regularly produces and updates publications about property industry laws and licensing. The below links will provide you with real estate specific information. Bulletins Real estate bulletins issue 63 - current Archive issues 1 - 62 (June 2011 - June 2014) Forms Application and...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
Participants operating outside of the Western Australia, or in its remote and regional areas, will be given adequate opportunities to obtain their CPD points. A remote participant is any participant whose principal place of business falls outside a 100 km radius of Perth or Busselton. To assist...
Settlement agents and conveyancers
Each year, participants must obtain six CPD points by completing selected activities. Consumer Protection reviews the needs of the industry annually and prescribes the core and elective CPD subjects for the coming year. Only Consumer Protection approved activities can attract CPD points. Training...
Settlement agents and conveyancers
Consignment trust accounts Before taking any vehicle under a consignment agreement, the dealer must be permitted to do so in accordance with their licence and have opened a 'Consignment Trust Account' in which to deposit the funds. Licence Dealers must obtain the Commissioner’s approval to remove...
Auditing motor vehicle dealers
Key requirements under the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act As a licensed motor vehicle dealer you must: Ensure your licence is current and that you have a current certificate of authorised premises for your place of business. Ensure that the motor vehicle salespersons and yard managers you employ have a...
Motor vehicle sellers

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Publications

8 July 2020 CPD requirement must be met to avoid infringement Changes to the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 (the Act) to create a stand-alone provision for compulsory professional...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
08 Jul 2020
29 June 2020 It’s important to know the difference between a remedial and rent default notice. This eBulletin explains remedial notices and when to use them. Next week’s will focus on rent default...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
02 Jul 2020
16 June 2020 Motor vehicle dealers Contract cancellations - charging pre-estimated liquidated damages Consumer Protection has received a number of enquiries from consumers about the amount of pre-...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
22 Jun 2020
The department's mental health and wellbeing inspectors have developed a series of resources on workplace mental health and wellbeing. The concepts presented may assist workplaces to discuss, consult...
WorkSafe
Information
15 Jun 2021
WorkSafe has identified instances where demolition work was conducted without first removing asbestos-containing materials. Recently, workers may have been exposed to asbestos while carrying out...
WorkSafe
Alert
17 Sep 2020
Notice of appointment (for adjudictaors appointed under the Contruction Contracts Act 2004 WA)
Building and Energy
Form – notification
05 Jun 2020
Contruction Contracts Act 2004 (WA)
Building and Energy
Form – notification
05 Jun 2020
Flowchart last updated: 17 September 2020 Landlords and property managers can use this flowchart during the COVID-19 emergency period to assist with managing notifications and date counting when your...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
17 Sep 2020
18 May 2020 As you may be aware the Residential Tenancies (COVID-19 Response) Act 2020 (the Act) has now been enacted to address the hardship being experienced by both tenants and landlords as a...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
19 May 2020
7 May 2020 COVID-19 and property access – an update This bulletin supersedes real estate industry bulletin 220 issued on 6 April 2020. This information does not apply during the current COVID-19...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
03 Feb 2021

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A registered real estate sales representative has been fined a total of $8,000 and given a criminal conviction by the Joondalup Magistrates Court for managing a property without an agent’s licence as well as for breaching tenancy laws. Ebony Te Whakaaronga Cheetham of Clarkson was convicted in her absence on 22 April 2016 and also ordered to pay costs of $700. In December 2013 Ms Cheetham offered...
Consumer Protection
Media release
28 Apr 2016
On 23 November the State Administrative Tribunal found that Centex Australasia Pty Ltd and Mr Rick Bantleman had breached section 7(1) of the Code of Conduct for Agents and Sales Representatives 2011 (WA) by not acting fairly and honestly. On 21 April 2017, the Court of Appeal overturned this decision and dismissed the case against Mr Bantleman and Centex Australasia Pty Ltd. Media contact (...
Consumer Protection
Media release
28 Apr 2017
A real estate agent has had his licence suspended for a year and has been fined $10,000 after being reprimanded by the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) for mismanaging the agency’s trust accounts. This penalty took into account the eighteen months in which he did not perform the duties of a licensed agent immediately prior to the SAT decision. Steven Charles Webster , who was sole Director of...
Consumer Protection
Media release
11 Dec 2015
The State Government has announced reforms for building in bushfire-prone areas of Western Australia. The Department of Fire and Emergency Services has prepared a map which identifies the bushfire-prone areas across the State. A bushfire hazard assessment will be required for new homes in areas identified as bushfire-prone on the map. The assessment will determine the level of construction...
Building and Energy
Department News
07 Dec 2015
With Acting Commissioner for Consumer Protection Gary Newcombe... Consumer Protection is seeking feedback on various options for changes to the laws regulating the buying, selling and repair of motor vehicles in Western Australia. These laws impact consumers who buy motor vehicles (including cars, caravans, camper vans and motor cycles) from dealers, as well as consumers who have any of these...
Consumer Protection
Department News
19 Nov 2015
Consumer Protection and WorkSafe would like to remind the community and travel industry about the importance of having an alert driver on express coach or bus services going from Western Australia to Victoria for the AFL Grand Final. Acting Commissioner for Consumer Protection Gary Newcombe said footy fans from Perth, heading across the Nullarbor, should seek assurances from coach or bus charter...
Consumer Protection
Alert
29 Sep 2015
With Acting Consumer Protection Commissioner David Hillyard If you’re applying for a loan online the last thing you need is to lose money in the process but unfortunately that’s what has been happening to a number of people here in the West and over East. In the last few weeks consumers have contacted WA ScamNet at Consumer Protection after being defrauded by scammers posing as Mercury Money – a...
Consumer Protection
Department News
19 Jun 2015
WorkSafe engaged Marsden Jacob Associates, an independent consulting firm, to undertake a Western Australian specific RIS process on the model WHS Regulations. The outcome of that process was the preparation of a WA RIS. This report and associated supporting documents are available on the WorkSafe website. More information
WorkSafe
Department News
13 Aug 2014
On 12 August 2014, the Minister for Commerce, Hon Michael Mischin MLC announced that a Western Australian version of the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) bill would be introduced shortly into State Parliament. This will be in the form of a green bill, which will be released for a consultation period of three months. More information
WorkSafe
Department News
13 Aug 2014
On Friday, 15 August, WorkSafe will move from its home in West Perth to new offices in Cannington. WorkSafe will be open for business as usual on Monday, 17 August, including the licensing centre. For more information call 1300 489 099 or email safety@commerce.wa.gov.au .
WorkSafe
Department News
28 Jul 2014

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