Prepare notices to serve on your tenant or your landlord with these downloadable template Landlord and Tenant Notice Forms for New South Wales.
Q. How much notice is a landlord required to give to end a tenancy in New South Wales?
A. It depends on the reason for terminating the tenancy. For instance, if the tenant is in breach of the tenancy agreement the minimum notice period is 14 days. A 30-day notice is required prior to the end of a fixed term tenancy. All notices must be in writing and must state the date on which the tenancy will terminate.
Q. What is the best way to serve a notice on a tenant or a landlord?
A. Personal delivery is the best method. You can also fax it, or post it to any address they have given as an address for serving notices. You cannot give notice verbally or by email or texting.
If you are sharing a rental premises in New South Wales and you have paid a rental bond for the premises, you must notify the Office of Fair Trading every time your flatmates change by filing this Change of Shared Tenancy Arrangement form with the OFT.
This form is to be used if there is a change in one of the tenants who has contributed part of the bond for a continuing tenancy.
AT LEAST ONE OF THE ORIGINAL TENANTS MUST CONTINUE TO OCCUPY THE PREMISES.
If your tenant has failed to comply with the terms of the tenancy, it's time to serve him/her with this Notice of Termination for Breach of Tenancy Agreement, in accordance with the New South Wales Residential Tenancies Act 1987.
The tenant is notified that the breach must be remedied within a specified time frame, failing which the tenancy agreement will be terminated and the tenant must vacate the premises.
If the tenant does not vacate the premises after the termin.....
NSW tenants, are you planning to terminate your tenancy without grounds? Serve your landlord with this Notice to Landlord of Termination for Fixed Term Tenancy (no grounds).
This form is for FIXED TERM tenancies only (that is, tenancies which have an expiry date specified in the Tenancy Agreement â„ Lease) and notifies the landlord that the tenant intends to vacate the rental premises by the date set out in the Notice.
NSW tenants, are you planning to terminate a periodic tenancy without specific grounds? Serve your landlord with this Notice to Landlord of Termination of Periodic Tenancy (no grounds).
This form is for PERIODIC tenancies only (that is, month-to-month, week-to-week, etc.) and notifies the landlord that the tenant intends to vacate the rental premises by the date set out in the Notice.
A Service of Notice form is included to record the details of how the Notice .....