e-Blast: New Easy Read Residential Tenancy Information Sheets

In April 2020, the Queensland Government made temporary changes to the residential tenancy laws to protect Queenslanders affected by COVID-19. The illness caused by the new coronavirus.

Some of these changes ended on 29 September 2020. There are still some temporary rules in place until 31 December 2020.

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Renting in Queensland Reforms

QDN supports the proposed Queensland tenancy reforms which will lead to increased certainty and security for tenants, including people with disability. QDN members Charmaine and Elisha, and QDN’s CEO share their reasons why in this short video.

It only takes a minute to show your support for these reforms – have your say here

Submissions close 28 December

Read more about these proposed reforms here:

https://qdn.org.au/qdn-member-eblast-renting-in-queensland/

https://qdn.org.au/call-to-action-qdn-local-support-group-convenors-call-for-your-support-of-the-tenancy-reforms/

https://qdn.org.au/rob-supports-queenslands-tenancy-law-reforms/

Call to action: QDN Local Support Group Convenors call for your support of the tenancy reforms  

QDN’s state-wide Peer Group Convenors met this week to discuss in detail Queensland’s proposed rental tenancy reforms. Convenors agree the reforms are the most significant thing to happen in rental housing in the last 20 plus years and commend the Government on their direction.  QDN has 20 peer support groups across the state with up to 1,000 members and supporters.

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