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NSW takes first step towards overhauling residential tenancy laws

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Your Investment Property | 04 Nov 2015, 03:58 AM Agree 0
Issues surrounding the termination of leases seem to be the popular choice for change as one state starts towards overhauling tenancy laws
  • loveproperty | 05 Nov 2015, 12:11 AM Agree 0
    Finally! Landlords have been given a raw deal in the way that tenancy acts are so heavily extreme and one-sided in favour of tenants...a balance is needed for the good of all concerned.
  • Wendy | 05 Nov 2015, 10:10 PM Agree 0
    Thank goodness someone understands how the pendulum swings too far in the tenants direction. We're in the exact position of a tenant breaking the lease and now we have to firstly pay the $900 excess on our landlord Ins. then the locks had to be changed,another $118, $370 for the clean up and when we get new tenants, we'll have to pay 2.2 wks rent for reletting fees.Approx. $1900 and we weren't the ones who broke the lease! How does that work?
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