A property becomes unliveable when it:
It’s important to consider the liveability of a property on a case-by-case basis. When a property becomes unlivable, there are usually two options – to end the tenancy or to continue the tenancy.
In this episode of Talking Tenancies, we discuss what can happen when a rental property becomes damaged or destroyed with RTA Conciliator Ben Gerwald.
The evolution of RTA Web Services
Taking photos in a rental property
Beyond dispute resolution - next steps
Mythbusting the role of the RTA
How we can help you better when you call
Tips for students renting in Queensland
What is a tenancy agreement?
Caravans and moveable dwellings
Festive season safety and security
Domestic and family violence protections
How to protect yourself from rental scams
Storms, cyclones and flooding
Keep your cool with airconditioning and pools
Rights on rent
High density unit living
The role of RTA Investigations
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