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that Queensland have led the way and will be removing further restrictions from
its emergency residential tenancy legislation and urges the McGowan Government
to do the same.
Damian Collins said the QLD Government’s handling of the COVID-19 legislation
should be commended.
Government listened to all stakeholders, formed an advisory group and
ultimately introduced fair legislation that provided protection to those in
genuine hardship as a result of COVID-19,” Mr Collins said.
“This further easing
is a sign that a balanced approached worked and their economy and rental market
has made it through the worst of the pandemic.”
Government should learn from the success of the QLD Government and amend the Residential
Tenancies (COVID-19 Response) Act 2020, so that it only applies to those in
economy is in a better position’s than QLD, however their government have
assessed the market and taken a more balanced approach in managing the
expectations of landlords and tenants, which includes ending the ban on terminating
tenancies on 30 September 2020,” Mr Collins said.
extension in WA was announced on the 10 September, the REIWA Information
Service team has been inundated with calls from landlords and tenants who have
been negatively impacted by the government's decision to extend the moratorium on
all residential tenancies to the 28 March 2021 and are looking for advice from
“It is clear
from the sheer number of calls to REIWA’s Information Service and the recent
media attention, that unfortunately there is a significant number of West
Australians unnecessarily disadvantaged as a result of the blanket decision to
extend the legislation.”
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