The Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2020 allows victims of family violence to withdraw from a tenancy with a two-day notice. The promised regulation that codifies acceptable forms of evidence of family violence has yet to crystalise. In the meantime, this explainer video covers what landlords should know, consider and account for vis-à-vis s56B.
S56B withdrawal from tenancy following family violence
10 February 2021
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