The Queensland government has recently proposed changes to QLD tenancy laws, including the removal of a landlord’s right not to renew a lease agreement at the end of a tenancy.
This would allow a tenant to remain in a property
indefinitely unless a landlord has a legal basis to end the agreement.
Other proposed changes include abolishing a landlord’s right
to refuse pets, allowing tenants to modify a rental property without the
landlord’s consent, as well as imposing certain standards on rental properties.
If you are concerned by the rental reforms proposed by the
government, you can take this short survey from the REIQ as soon as possible : https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/queenslandrentalreforms
Almost 4000 emails have been sent to the Queensland Premier,
to oppose her governments proposed rental reforms.
Want to join them https://www.rentalreforms.com.au/ (email has been done for you)
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Friday, 29 November 2019