Tenants' Rights Manual: A Practical Guide to Renting in NSW
A new 4th edition of this book is forthcoming ... if you would like to register your interest, please email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWho pays for what repairs? When does a rent increase become unfair? When can a tenant be evicted? What are the proper procedures? Where can tenants go when they have a problem? The Tenants’ Rights Manual has the answers to these and many other questions. Practical and easy to use, it clearly explains what rights tenants have, and shows how problems and disputes can be solved before they become major hassles. This new edition has been completely revised and updated and includes 32 sample letters that get results. A new chapter on social housing with information about the latest changes to the Department of Housing. A new chapter on residential parks with the latest changes to legislation. A new chapter about the Consumer, Trader and Tenancy Tribunal. The Manual is a must for tenants and people who assist in any aspect of tenancy matters. It was written in association with the Tenants' Union of New South Wales and produced with assistance from the Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales and the Office of Fair Trading.For those needing a more detailed understanding of residential tenancy law, please see Residential Tenancies Law and Practice - a self-contained volume for research and to assist when attending the Consumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal of NSW.
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Take NOTE. The standard 'no pets' clause when renting a home is NOT in legislation. It's made up by the real estate institute. The law is on the side of renters with pets, which happen to be about 60% of us - the majority. Ask for a standard tenancy agreement in the regulation, not the made up one by the real estate institute.
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