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Residential Tenancies Law and Practice New South Wales e7

Residential Tenancies Law and Practice New South Wales e7

By Allan Anforth, Peter Christensen and Christopher Adkins

Residential Tenancies Law and Practice, 7th edition, deals with residential tenancy law in New South Wales.
 
This 7th edition incorporates the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 (NSW), and surveys all the recent cases, updating annotations as necessary. It is fully updated and revised for lawyers practising in this area of law, real estate agents, property managers, investors, landlords, tenants, and community legal centres.

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    Residential Tenancies Law and Practice, 7th edition, deals with residential tenancy law in New South Wales.

    This 7th edition incorporates the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 (NSW), and surveys all the recent cases, updating annotations as necessary. It is fully updated and revised for lawyers practising in this area of law, real estate agents, property managers, investors, landlords, tenants, and community legal centres.

    It contains:

    • The new Commonwealth legislation that applies to Commonwealth land in New South Wales and the ACT, with references to the relevant case law.
    • An expanded review of protected tenancies in New South Wales.
    • The full text of the relevant residential tenancy legislation in NSW (each statutory provision is annotated with descriptions of the cases that have been decided in relation to that provision).
    • Commentary to assist readers in understanding how proceedings of the Tribunal are conducted.
    • Detailed lists of cases covering the amounts of compensation awarded by the Tribunal and courts for various breaches of the residential tenancy agreement by parties to the agreement.
    • A list of cases outlining the circumstances the Tribunal finds relevant in considering whether to evict tenants.
    • Cross-references to other States’ legislation and commentary from relevant cases in other jurisdictions.
    • Anyone working or interested in the field of residential tenancy law in New South Wales will find this volume an essential addition to their library.
  • About the author

    Allan Anforth is a barrister at the ACT Bar who practises nationally in federal administrative law, employment law, human rights and welfare law generally.

    He has been a part-time member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal and its predecessors for the past 19 years, principally concerned with residential tenancy disputes. He is a part-time senior member of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

    Mr Anforth was previously a part-time member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (Cth); part-time president of the former ACT Consumer and Trader Tribunal; part-time member of the former ACT Residential Tenancies Tribunal; part-time member of the former ACT Essential Services Consumer Council; part-time member of the Veterans Review Board; senior solicitor at the Welfare Rights and Legal Centre; and Director of the ACT Council of Social Services.

    Peter Christensen is currently a Lecturer in the Legal Workshop, ANU College of Law.

    Peter first became involved in residential tenancies law when he joined the Welfare Rights and Legal Centre in Canberra in 1994, when he regularly appeared in tenancy matters before the Magistrates’ Court, and later the ACT Residential Tenancies Tribunal. During a short sojourn in a community legal centre in Nowra, he appeared in tenancy matters before the NSW CTTT.

    Peter moved back to Canberra in 2001 as Legal Advisor to the Commissioner for Housing where he appeared for Housing ACT before the Residential Tenancies Tribunal and the ACT Administrative Appeals Tribunal. He has maintained his interest is residential tenancies since then and occasionally appears in residential tenancy matters and has rewritten the ANU Legal Workshop’s residential tenancy module in it Consumer Law course.

    Christopher Adkins is a Senior Manager with Housing ACT and has responsibility for matters involving the Commissioner for Social Housing and Housing ACT before the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal and other courts. Christopher obtained his LLB(Hons) in the UK and became involved in social housing when working for the Borough of Poole in the late 1990s. In 2004 Christopher and his family emigrated to Australia where he worked for NSW Housing before moving to Housing ACT in 2008. Christopher also holds a graduate certificate of social science in housing management and policy from Swinburne University.

  • Product details

    ISBN: 9781760021405

    Published: 2017

    Format: Softcover

  • Table of contents

    Acknowledgements

    About the authors

    Table of Cases

    Table of Statutes

    1. Introduction

    2. Residential Tenancies Act 2010

    3. Residential Tenancies Regulation 2010

    4. Federal Tenancies in New South Wales

    Appendix 1. Table of Equivalent Provisions in Other Jurisdictions

    Index

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