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Fixtures and rental properties: What changes can a tenant make?

Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Property Law, Tenant and Landlord Law

One aspect of renting property is that tenants may not always be completely satisfied with some of the fixtures that may form part of the property. For...

How to end a tenancy agreement

Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Tenant and Landlord Law

It’s often remarked how Australia is a nation of renters and with the large number of people leasing property, it shouldn’t come as a surprise when some...

What are the rules if a person wishes to evict a co-tenant from a rental property?

Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Leases, Property Disputes, Tenant and Landlord Law

Not only are property prices sky high in Australia at the moment, but renting a property in some capital cities can also be an expensive proposition. Therefore,...

Your rent questions answered: The rules of rent in arrears and excessive rent increases

Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Property Law, Leases, Lease negotiations and disputes, Tenant and Landlord Law

Rent, not just a musical but a way of life for many Australians. Now that the “humorous” part of this piece is over and done with, there are many rules...

Exchange of emails can lead to a binding agreement for lease

Filed under: Property, Commercial Property, Leases, Lease negotiations and disputes, Tenant and Landlord Law

In the recent case of Vantage Systems Pty Ltd v Priolo Corporation Pty Ltd [2015] WASC 21, the Court of Appeal of Western Australia held that an email...

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