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Bond Lodgement ACT

Bond Lodgement ACT

A bond acts as a security for the performance of the tenant’s obligations under a residential tenancy agreement. Landlords in Australian Capital Territory must lodge the bond within two weeks of receipt of the bond or commencement of the tenancy.

Steps to complete

  • Download or print the Bond Lodgement Form above
  • Complete and sign the form
  • Hand over to your tenant so they can review and sign.
  • Send the completed Bond lodgement form via email to rb@act.gov.au or posted to ACT Rental Bonds, GPO Box 158, Canberra ACT 2601

Tips

  • Bonds may be lodged by direct deposit to the Rental Bonds account or by credit card and the Bond lodgement form emailed. The bond lodgement form can be posted with either a cheque or an Australia Post money order. Cheques should be made payable to the Office of Rental Bonds. Alternatively, you can provide credit card details on the Bond lodgement form.
  • Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:ACT

Bond Lodgement TAS

Bond Lodgement TAS

All bonds must be paid to the Rental Deposit Authority (RDA) in Tasmania. The bond must be deposited with the RDA within 3 days of collecting the bond.

Steps to complete

  • Download and print the Bond Lodgement Form above
  • Complete and sign the form
  • Hand over to your tenant so they can review, sign and lodge the form

Tips

    • This form is for printing and hardcopy only. It cannot be completed online
    • This form can lodge and pay the bond directly to the Rental Deposit Authority by post to this address Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading PO Box 56, Rosny Park TAS 7018 or at any Service Tasmania shop

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:TAS

Bond Lodgement SA

Bond Lodgement SA

All landlords in South Australia must lodge a bong with Consumer and Business Services (CBS). Landlords must lodge a bond within two weeks of receiving it and registered agents have four weeks to lodge the bond.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Bond Lodgement form or complete it online through Residential Bonds Online
  • Complete all the sections of the form
  • Have all parties sigh the form
  • Lodge the form at CBS office or by post

Tips

  • For tips on how to lodge a rental bond check out our blog post

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:SA

Bond Lodgement VIC

Bond Lodgement VIC

To lodge a bond in Victoria landlords will landlord will need go through the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority.

Steps to complete

  • Click ‘Lodge a Bond’ above to goto the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority
  • Follow their step by step guide to complete the Bond Lodgment

Tips

  • Both yourself and the tenant will receive an RTBA receipt within 15 days.
  • For tips on how to lodge a rental bond check out our blog post

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:VIC

Bond Lodgement WA

Bond Lodgement WA

Bonds are lodged through the Department of Commerce in Western Australia. To collect the bond, you can take cash, cheque, credit card or a direct debit.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Bond Lodgement form or complete it online
  • Complete all the sections of the form
  • Have all parties sigh the form
  • Lodge the form

Tips

  • The Bond Lodgement form needs to be lodged within 14 days of receiving the bond.
  • For tips on how to lodge a rental bond check out our blog post
  • If creating a money order or cheque, the tenant needs to make that order out to to the Bond Administrator.

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:WA

Bond Lodgement QLD

Bond Lodgement QLD

Landlords in Queensland need to lodge their bond with the Residential Tenancies Authority.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Bond Lodgement Form above
  • Complete all sections of the form
  • Request payment from the tenant. The bond can be paid through cheque, money order, BPAY or paid directly to the landlord.
  • Once the full payment is processed the landlord makes the bond payment to the Residential Tenancies Authority.

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:QLD

Bond Lodgement NSW

Bond Lodgement NSW

All landlords in New South Wales are required to use Rental Bonds Online as the first option for tenants. This will allow landlords to lodge, view and claim residential rental bonds online.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Rental Bonds Online Landlord/ Owner Proof of Identity and Registration Form above.
  • Complete all the sections on the computer.
  • Visit any Service NSW Centre with the completed form and the required original proof of identity documents.
  • Invite tenant(s) to use the service.

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW