Renting & Leasing Property

Many Australians from all walks of life rent or lease property personally or for commercial purposes. There are many rights and obligations involved in a renting and a leasing relationship between the tenant and landlord, and sometimes, problems can arise. If you do indeed find yourself experiencing a problem with a rental issue, such as:

·         payment of rent

·         an issue involving the repair of the premises

·         subleasing

·         a landlord not respecting your rights of quiet enjoyment of the property

·         retail leasing issues

If you are experiencing any rental difficulties whether it involves a residential or commercial property, there are many lawyers on the FindLaw Directory who can help you with any housing issue no matter where you are in Australia.

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Queensland gets tough on murderous ex-lovers

Date: 28 Mar 2011, Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Murder, Renting & Leasing Property

Queensland Deputy Premier and Attorney-General Paul Lucas have announced that new laws targeting murderous ex-lovers, graveyard vandals and unfair landlords...

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Landlords, tenants and eviction proceedings: What are the laws?

Date: 19 Jul 2017, Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property

As the number of Australians engaged with the rental market increases, it’s unsurprising that issues can sometimes arise between landlords and tenants....

"The Castle", property, ‘just terms’ and the Constitution

Date: 17 Jul 2017, Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Constitutional Law

Fans of The Castle can take two things away from the film: a) the Constitution has a ‘vibe’ and b) s 51(xxxi) states that property acquired by the Commonwealth...

Has your rent been increased? Some answers to questions you may have relating to rent

Date: 26 Jun 2017, Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Property Law, Leases

Rental affordability is a hot button issue in Australia and for many people, any increase in rent can amplify any cost pressures that a family may be facing....


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