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Residential Tenancies Amendment (Social Housing) Bill 2018: Mid-Tenancy Bond Demands
19 November 2018 Nicole Kennedy and Kimberley McKenzie from RLC’s Tenancy & Housing practice explore the prevailing issues of the Residential Tenancies Amendment (Social Housing) Bill in an article in the lastest edition of...
RLC Position Paper: Residential Tenancies Act 2010 and Amendment (Review) Bill 2018
25 September 2018 RLC's Inner Sydney Tenants' Advice and Advocacy Service (ISTAAS) provides responses to the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 and Amendment (Review) Bill 2018.
Make Renting Fair: It's Time To End 'No Grounds' Evictions
15 February 2018 RLC is proud to support Make Renting Fair, a community campaign calling for a better, fairer deal for renters in NSW.
Submission: Social Services Legislation Amendment (Housing Affordability) Bill 2017
10 November 2017 In this submission, Redfern Legal Centre (RLC) addresses a Bill to allow Centrelink to make deductions from a tenant’s welfare payment to satisfy debts claimed by the social housing provider.
Submission: Statutory Review of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 - Addendum
12 April 2016 With the review of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 still ongoing, RLC is pushing for law reform to protect all residents living in share housing.
The Bill that could evict victims of domestic violence
28 September 2015 On 5 August 2015 the Government introduced into Parliament the Residential Tenancies and Housing...
Briefing Paper: Residential Tenancies and Housing Legislation Amendment (Public Housing—Antisocial Behaviour) Bill 2015
18 August 2015 This briefing paper outlines the impact the proposed Residential Tenancies and Housing Legislation Amendment (Public Housing – Antisocial Behaviour) Bill 2015 is likely to have on the community’s most vulnerable tenants.
Abby’s story - The impact of domestic violence on safe affordable housing
11 June 2015 Abby's case study reveals the impact of domestic violence on safe affordable housing.
In the shadows of the Residential Tenancies Act
26 February 2015 Not all renters are treated equally under NSW tenancy laws. There are many tenants in fairly conventional renting situations who would be surprised to learn that NSW state tenancy laws don’t apply to them.