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Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 (Wa)

by admin on September 15th, 2021

The law has been amended in recent years and entered into force on 1 January 2013. All of these changes do not apply to leases entered into before that date. We have created a series of commercial leasing publications to answer frequently asked questions about the law, which have been concluded specifically for lease agreements concluded before and after January 1, 2013. On 1 January 2013 the amendments to the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Act 1985 (WA) (Act) and the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Regulations 1985 (WA) (Regulations) will enter into force. The VA government has introduced a new code of conduct to help commercial tenants and landlords enter into rental agreements during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. More information is available on commercial rentals – COVID-19 meets the requirement to provide information upon request to an expert who is conducting a rent market assessment; The law focuses mainly on the need for transparency of information and fairness in the rental agreement by: the new provisions of section 14 A of the act with regard to moving clauses; and the law generally applies to rental contracts for premises with a leasable area of less than or less than 1000 m2, i.e.: use the updated rental thread and the advertising declaration for rental agreements concluded after 1 January 2013; The change in the lessor`s obligation to inform the tenant of the expiry date of its renewal option applies to existing and new leases. The Regulations lay down the following transitional provisions for this Notice: clauses allowing the termination of a rental agreement before the expiry of the guaranteed period of five years; These changes have been the subject of previous publications, which can be found here. This update offers a very simple overview of what will happen on January 1, 2013. the application of the five-year entitlement to leases of more than six months;. By law, the Small Business Commissioner is tasked with helping to resolve disputes related to retail leases.

Tenants and landlords can turn to us for help resolving their dispute….

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