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Laws introduced in 2009 require all home sellers (before sale) and landlords to install at least two RCDs, protecting all power points and lighting circuits. RCDs save lives RCDs monitor the flow of electricity from the main switchboard and prevent electrocution by cutting the electricity supply if...
Residual Current Devices (RCD)
Whether building, buying, renting, moving to a retirement village, purchasing services or refinancing, you are likely to be entering into a legal contract between yourself and another party. The following information is also available on the Seniors housing guide - Contracts and agreements fact...
Contracts and agreements
Home ownership may not suit everyone's budget or lifestyle so it may be worthwhile considering the alternatives: Boarding and Lodging If you are a boarder, you pay rent to stay at another person's property and meals are usually provided. Lodgers pay rent to stay at another person's property, but...
Buying a property
Under a rent-to-buy scheme, the seller makes a rental agreement with the buyer at an above market rent rate. The buyer may only exercise the ‘option to buy’ at the end of the rental period if they can get the finance to pay the balance of the agreed purchase price and have complied with the terms...
Buying a property
iRentWA app iRentWA has been developed for renters in Western Australia based on residential tenancy laws to give you information about your rights and responsibilities as well as handy tools to help throughout your tenancy. You can use iRentWA to easily calculate the maximum amount you might have...
Renting tools
Goods of little or no value If the estimated value of the goods left by the tenant is less than what it would cost for you to remove the goods, store the goods for at least 60 days, and sell the goods at public auction, you can apply for an Abandoned Goods Certificate. This includes jewellery,...
When a tenancy ends
Goods of value If the estimated value of goods, including motor vehicles, caravans, trailers or boats, is more than it would cost for you to remove, store and sell the goods at public auction, you must store the goods immediately in a safe place and manner for at least 60 days. Within 7 days of...
When a tenancy ends
Circumstances of Abandonment The most common circumstances in which a tenant vacates a property and leaves goods behind are: tenancy has ended normally tenancy has been terminated by a court order tenant has been evicted by the bailiff tenant has abandoned the property owing rent tenant has been...
When a tenancy ends
Ending a tenancy by mutual agreement If both the landlord and tenant agree, in writing, the tenancy agreement should end on a specified date, this is also acceptable and none of the more formal procedures (such as issuing notices) need apply. It’s important to ensure both parties sign a clear,...
When a tenancy ends
To ensure that the RCDs fitted to your property perform correctly, they must be tested at regular intervals. Energy Safety recommends that each RCD be tested every three months.
Residual Current Devices (RCD)

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Form 13 Notice of Termination to Tenant if Premises Abandoned Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (WA)
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
25 Apr 2014
Form 12 - Notice to Tenant of Abandonment of Premises Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (WA)
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
27 May 2014
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
30 May 2014
Renting a home in Western Australia a tenants guide
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
29 May 2014
Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 Allocation of operating expenses for Non-standard Trading Hours
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
30 May 2014
Renting out y our property a lessor’s guide is a n easy-to-read guide and explains your rights and responsibilities as a private property owner. This guide doesn’t take the place of the Act, nor does...
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
19 Jan 2017
Guidance notes : code of conduct for settlement agents
Consumer Protection
Guidance note
27 May 2014
Guidance note code of conduct for agents and sales rep
Consumer Protection
Guidance note
30 May 2014
The following forms and publications are available on this page: Commercial tenancy - Disclosure statement form 1 A disclosure statement for a commercial tenancy agreement Commercial tenancy -...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
10 Feb 2015
Lessors must give a tenant this form within 14 days after the tenant has moved in. Although you may not have a written residential tenancy agreement tenants and lessors still have to comply with the...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
16 Mar 2016

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