Tenant

Publications

Publication last updated 7 April 2021 If you have a dispute and have not been able to resolve it directly or through conciliation, then going to the Magistrates Court may be the next step. Going to...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
27 May 2021
Retirement Villages Amendment Bill 2012 (Bill 1)
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
30 May 2014
Form 3 Notice as to Disposal of Goods Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (WA)
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
29 Jun 2017
Notice to former tenant as to disposal of goods (Form CP2) under the Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (WA)
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
11 Apr 2019
Form 1C Notice of Termination Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (WA) NOTE: This form is NOT to be used in respect of non-payment of rent
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
28 May 2014
NOTE : This form is ONLY to be used if notice of breach of the agreement to pay rent has NOT been given.
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
27 May 2014
Lessors must give a tenant this form at the start of a tenancy. Please note: The Information for tenants forms (1AC and 1 AD) was updated in March 2015 to include two safety points regards pool/spa...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
03 Jul 2017
Form 15 Application for Disposal of Tenant Compensation Bond to Tenant Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (WA)
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
25 Apr 2014
Form 12 - Notice to Tenant of Abandonment of Premises Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (WA)
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
27 May 2014
Proactive Visit Checklist Real Estate Agents
Consumer Protection
Checklist
27 May 2014

Pages

Announcements

With Acting Consumer Protection Commissioner Gary Newcombe When you think of Consumer Protection you might associate the agency with helping people who have bought products or services, however tenancy is a big part of what we do. Recently, a landlord who spent tenants’ security bonds, harassed a tenant and took too much rent money up front, was fined $24,000 after we prosecuted him. 37-year-old...
Consumer Protection
Department News
09 Nov 2015
A landlord who spent tenants’ security bonds, harassed a tenant and took too much rent money up front, has been fined $24,000 after Consumer Protection prosecuted him for breaching tenancy laws. 37-year-old Carl Raymond Olsen of Meekatharra, who owned and leased out a property in High Wycombe during 2013 and 2014, failed to appear at the Midland Magistrates Court to face charges on 27 October...
Consumer Protection
Media release
29 Oct 2015
A real estate agent has been reprimanded and fined $3,000 by the State Administrative Tribunal for failing to exercise due skill, care and diligence over the depositing and recording of payments from tenants. Chukwudi Nnamdi Ejindu , trading as Black Swan Real Estate of Landsdale, had accepted 13 cash payments from tenants between January 2013 and June 2014 and held them in his office safe. It...
Consumer Protection
Media release
22 Oct 2015
With Commissioner for Consumer Protection Anne Driscoll In July 2014 Consumer Protection saw a growth in mould issues, raised mostly by tenants but also by landlords and property managers in WA. The seasonal spike, also seen in 2013, can be attributed to cooler, wetter weather and means we’re expecting similar figures around now and in the months up to October. Mould is a fungus that thrives on...
Consumer Protection
Department News
11 Aug 2015
July 2020: Please note the iRentWA app is no longer supported. The Renting a home section of this website continues to be WA consumers’ go-to place for all renting information. Only four months after its official launch, Consumer Protection’s iRentWA smartphone app is proving extremely popular with WA tenants. So far the app has been downloaded by 4,175 iPhone and Android phone users, giving them...
Consumer Protection
Media release
29 Jan 2015

Pages

Subscribe to Topics
Subscribe to RSS - Tenant