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Residential Tenancies Act Review

Residential Tenancies Act Review

By LIV Media

Landlord & Tenant 


Fairer Safer Housing is an initiative of the Victorian Government to ensure all Victorians have access to safe, affordable and secure housing.

A component of the Fairer Safer Housing work program is the review of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (the Act) (the Review).

The Review examines how well Victoria's rental laws work in the modern rental market, and aims to balance the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords.

On 21 December, the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) made a submission to Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) on the Residential Tenancies Act Review – Security of Tenure Issues Paper. The LIV welcomes the opportunity to continue its contributions to the Review, and notes that in mid-2016, CAV will be releasing an options paper outlining the outcomes of the public consultation for discussion.

View the submission (PDF)


Kate Browne, Lawyer, Legal Policy

Karen Cheng, Senior Lawyer, Legal Policy

Rebekah Farrell, Lawyer, Legal Policy

Josephine Polak, Senior Lawyer, Legal Policy


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