Changes to the law when renting out your property – Bunbury

  1. Changes to the law when renting out your property – Bunbury
    Event on 2013-08-13 18:00:00

    SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO RENTING A HOME IN WA FREE SEMINARS

    Doors open at 5:30pm -Please bring your ticket with you.

    As you are probably aware the Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (RTA) has changed and as a landlord there are significant things you need to know.

    If you would like to attend this event, please click on the REGISTER button and follow the prompts.

    If you are having trouble booking your ticket, please contact us by email at: cponline@commerce.wa.gov.au

    UNABLE TO ATTEND?

    If you are unable to attend you can find out more about the new laws from the links below:

    INFORMATION VIDEOS

    We have three videos which can be viewed online covering the same material covered at the seminars.

    eLEARNING MODULE

    We have also prepared an eLearning module on the new laws.

    RENTING IN WA ONLINE

    Please refer to our website for more education materials, factsheets and the new forms.

    ABOUT THE SEMINAR

    These key presentations include vital information on:

    • Residential tenancy agreements: if you enter into a new written residential tenancy agreement after the laws commence you will have to use a prescribed tenancy agreement.
    • Tenant information: it is already a requirement of the RTA to provide a tenant with A statement of your rights and duties. The changes to the RTA will mean that you will have to provide different information depending on whether you have a written residential tenancy agreement or if you have an oral residential tenancy agreement.
    • Property condition report (PCR.): it will be compulsory for the landlord to prepare a property condition report both at the beginning and end of a tenancy agreement.
    • Security bonds: when the new laws start, all new security bonds will have to be deposited with the Bond Administrator at Consumer Protection. Any existing bonds will need to be transferred on renewal or within 18 months.
    • Locks and Security: The new laws will require properties to have minimum levels of security installed.
    • Rent increases: Information will be provided on new rules around the timing of rent increases, routine inspections and urgent repairs.

    For more information about tenancy go towww.commerce.wa.gov.au/tenancy.For information on your rights and obligations as a landlord contact: Department of Commerce on 1300 30 40 54

    at Quality Hotel Lord Forrest

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  2. Changes to the law when renting out your property – Geraldton
    Event on 2013-08-14 18:00:00

    SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO RENTING A HOME IN WA FREE SEMINARS

    Doors open at 5:30pm -Please bring your ticket with you.

    As you are probably aware the Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (RTA) has changed and as a landlord there are significant things you need to know.

    If you would like to attend this event, please click on the REGISTER button and follow the prompts.

    If you are having trouble booking your ticket, please contact us by email at: cponline@commerce.wa.gov.au

    UNABLE TO ATTEND?

    If you are unable to attend you can find out more about the new laws from the links below:

    INFORMATION VIDEOS

    We have three videos which can be viewed online covering the same material covered at the seminars.

    eLEARNING MODULE

    We have also prepared an eLearning module on the new laws.

    RENTING IN WA ONLINE

    Please refer to our website for more education materials, factsheets and the new forms.

    ABOUT THE SEMINAR

    These key presentations include vital information on:

    • Residential tenancy agreements: if you enter into a new written residential tenancy agreement after the laws commence you will have to use a prescribed tenancy agreement.
    • Tenant information: it is already a requirement of the RTA to provide a tenant with A statement of your rights and duties. The changes to the RTA will mean that you will have to provide different information depending on whether you have a written residential tenancy agreement or if you have an oral residential tenancy agreement.
    • Property condition report (PCR.): it will be compulsory for the landlord to prepare a property condition report both at the beginning and end of a tenancy agreement.
    • Security bonds: when the new laws start, all new security bonds will have to be deposited with the Bond Administrator at Consumer Protection. Any existing bonds will need to be transferred on renewal or within 18 months.
    • Locks and Security: The new laws will require properties to have minimum levels of security installed.
    • Rent increases: Information will be provided on new rules around the timing of rent increases, routine inspections and urgent repairs.

    For more information about tenancy go towww.commerce.wa.gov.au/tenancy.For information on your rights and obligations as a landlord contact: Department of Commerce on 1300 30 40 54

    at POSH Events & Functions
    214 Marine Terrace
    Geraldton, Australia

  3. Changes to the law when renting out your property – Albany (1PM)
    Event on 2013-08-14 13:00:00

    SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO RENTING A HOME IN WA FREE SEMINARS

    Doors open at 12:30pm -Please bring your ticket with you.

    As you are probably aware the Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (RTA) has changed and as a landlord there are significant things you need to know.

    If you would like to attend this event, please click on the REGISTER button and follow the prompts.

    If you are having trouble booking your ticket, please contact us by email at: cponline@commerce.wa.gov.au

    UNABLE TO ATTEND?

    If you are unable to attend you can find out more about the new laws from the links below:

    INFORMATION VIDEOS

    We have three videos which can be viewed online covering the same material covered at the seminars.

    eLEARNING MODULE

    We have also prepared an eLearning module on the new laws.

    RENTING IN WA ONLINE

    Please refer to our website for more education materials, factsheets and the new forms.

    ABOUT THE SEMINAR

    These key presentations include vital information on:

    • Residential tenancy agreements: if you enter into a new written residential tenancy agreement after the laws commence you will have to use a prescribed tenancy agreement.
    • Tenant information: it is already a requirement of the RTA to provide a tenant with A statement of your rights and duties. The changes to the RTA will mean that you will have to provide different information depending on whether you have a written residential tenancy agreement or if you have an oral residential tenancy agreement.
    • Property condition report (PCR.): it will be compulsory for the landlord to prepare a property condition report both at the beginning and end of a tenancy agreement.
    • Security bonds: when the new laws start, all new security bonds will have to be deposited with the Bond Administrator at Consumer Protection. Any existing bonds will need to be transferred on renewal or within 18 months.
    • Locks and Security: The new laws will require properties to have minimum levels of security installed.
    • Rent increases: Information will be provided on new rules around the timing of rent increases, routine inspections and urgent repairs.

    For more information about tenancy go towww.commerce.wa.gov.au/tenancy.For information on your rights and obligations as a landlord contact: Department of Commerce on 1300 30 40 54

    at Albany Senior Citizens Hall
    122 Grey St W
    Albany, Australia

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