Australian Capital Territory

Prepare notices to serve on your tenant or your landlord with these downloadable template Landlord and Tenant Notice Forms for Australian Capital Territory.

Q. Can the landlord raise the rent during the term of the tenancy?

A. The Residential Tenancies Act, 1997 prohibits rent increases during the first year of the tenancy. After that, the rent cannot be raised more than once in a 12-month period without endorsement by the Tribunal. The landlord must give the tenant 8 weeks' notice prior to raising the rent.

Q. How much notice must be given to terminate the tenancy?

A. The tenant is required to give 3 weeks' notice to end a tenancy. If the landlord is terminating the tenancy for grounds, the notice period is dependent on the nature of the grounds and whether or not it is a recurring breach, and only after a Notice to Remedy has been served. The parties may terminate the tenancy by mutual written agreement at any time.

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ACT Change of Tenant Forwarding Address

ACT tenants, be sure your landlord knows where to send your rental bond at the end of your tenancy with this free Change of Tenant Forwarding Address.

  • The form notifies the Office of Regulatory Services, Rental Bonds of the new address of a tenant who is entitled to a refund of his or her rental bond.
  • The form is required under the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 of Australian Capital Territory.
  • Last updated 18 September 2008.

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ACT Lessor Notice of Termination

If you have a tenant who is in breach of the tenancy agreement, serve him/her with this Lessor Notice of Termination for Australian Capital Territory.

  • The form is consistent with the Australian Capital Territory Residential Tenancies Act 1997.
  • This is NOT an eviction notice. The Notice of Termination requires the lessee / tenant to take specific action(s) within a specified time frame or the lessor / landlord will apply to the Residential Tenancies Tribunal for.....
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ACT Lessor Notice to Remedy Breach for Nonpayment of Rent

ACT landlords, if you have a tenant who is in breach of the lease agreement by failing to pay the rent, serve him/her with this Lessor Notice to Remedy Breach (for unpaid rent), pursuant to the Australian Capital Territory Residential Tenancies Act 1997.

The tenant is notified that he ⁄ she is required to remedy the breach by paying the outstanding rent within a specified time frame, failing which the landlord shall give notice of termination.

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ACT Lessor Notice to Remedy Breach Other than Nonpayment of Rent

ACT landlords, if you have a tenant who is in breach of the tenancy agreement, serve him/her with this Lessor Notice to Remedy Breach Other than Nonpayment of Rent, pursuant to the Australian Capital Territory Residential Tenancies Act 1997.

The tenant is notified that he ⁄ she is in breach of the lease other than for nonpayment of rent and is required to remedy the breach within a specified time frame, failing which the landlord shall give notice of terminatio.....
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ACT Notice to Tenant of Sale of Rental Premises

Give notice to your tenants that the property they are renting has been sold with this Notice to Tenant of Sale of Rental Premises for Australian Capital Territory.

  • The law requires landlords to give written notice to their tenants when the property they rent is being sold.
  • The tenant is instructed to pay rent to the new owner as of the effective date of the sale.
  • The Notice also includes a Record of Service so you can record how you served it on your.....
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ACT Tenant Notice of Intention to Vacate

ACT tenants, are you planning to terminate your tenancy? Serve your landlord with this Notice of Intention to Vacate form.

  • The Notice must be served pursuant to the Australian Capital Territory Residential Tenancies Act 1997.
  • The Notice notifies the landlord of the tenant's intention to terminate the rental agreement, the date on which the tenant will vacate the rental premises, and the reason the tenant is giving notice.
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ACT Tenant Notice to Remedy Breach

ACT tenants, is your landlord in breach of the tenancy agreement? Serve him/her with this Tenant Notice to Remedy Breach, pursuant to the Residential Tenancies Act 1997.

The Notice notifies the landlord that he/she is in breach of the lease, and requires the landlord to remedy the breach within a specified time frame, failing which the tenant shall give notice of his/her intention to vacate.

This Australian Capital Territory Notice to Remedy Breach form
$6.29