A notice to vacate is a request in writing from the rental provider (landlord) for you to leave your rented home. In some cases, you can challenge the notice and will not have to leave.
You might be able to get compensation from the rental provider (landlord) if they breach the laws on renting or the terms of your rental agreement (lease). This page provides information on some common examples where renters may be able to get compensation.Learn More
Properties for rent need to be free from mould and damp and meet minimum standards for ventilation. The rental provider (landlord) must tell you if a property you want to rent has a history of mould and damp.Learn More
You have the legal right to pay your rent without additional charges. If you feel pressured to sign up to a rental payment app that has additional charges, or that you are unsure about, this page sets out steps you can take to respond.Learn More
Renters often report that they have been discriminated against when applying for rental properties or during their rental agreement (lease). If you have been treated unfairly you can send a report to the Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission.Learn More
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