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Entry Notice NSW

Entry Notice NSW

In New South Wales landlords are only allowed to enter the premises at certain times for certain reason and the amount of notice you must give to the tenant depends on the reason for entering the premises. According to Fair trading NSW ‘You must not ‘drop by’ unannounced, look over the fence or do anything else to disturb the tenant’s privacy and quiet enjoyment.

Steps to complete

  • Download the fact sheet above to find out exactly what notice you need to give your tenant and for what reason
  • Organise the notice you need to give to your tenant and pass it onto your tenants

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW

Entry Notice TAS

Entry Notice TAS

A tenant has a right to reasonable peace, comfort and privacy during the tenancy. The property owner/agent must not interfere with a tenants ‘quiet enjoyment’ of the property. This means that a property owner/agent cannot come onto the property whenever they choose. Certain rules apply when visiting the property.

Steps to complete

  • To find out when you need to give written notice and when you don’t need to give notice to enter your property visit the link above
  • Once you have established the reason you need to enter your property and whether you need to give written notice or not, create a letter for your tenant letting them know when and why you are coming
  • Give the letter to your tenant

Tips

  • It is always a good idea to chat to the tenant and negotiate a time that you can enter the premises that suits both of you before you write up the final notice of entry letter.

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:TAS

Entry Notice QLD

Entry Notice QLD

Landlords in Queensland need to complete an Entry Notice form to give to their tenants before entering the property. The form lets tenants know when and why the landlord will be entering the property.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Entry Notice form above
  • Complete all the sections of the form
  • Print and sign the form
  • Pass the form onto your tenants

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:QLD

Entry Notice VIC

Entry Notice VIC

There are number of reasons landlords would need to enter their property. Landlords in Victoria have the right to enter their property between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm on any day except public holidays, for one of the reasons stated on Consumer Affairs Victoria, if they give the tenant 24 hours’ written notice.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Entry Notice document above
  • Print out the form
  • CAREFULLY read through the whole document
  • Fill in the form regarding your reason for entry
  • Deliver the form to the tenant by post or personally hand deliver the form

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:VIC

Entry Notice WA

Entry Notice WA

Landlords should not prevent tenants from enjoying your property in complete peace, privacy and comfort but there are a few exceptions where landlords in Western Australia have the legal right to enter the premises however sometimes an Entry Form MUST be used.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Entry Notice form
  • Read the form THOROUGHLY to see if the form is nessisancy for you to issue and find out extra information
  • Fill in the form regarding your reason for entry
  • Pass onto your tenant

Tips

  • Find out the Landlords exact rights of entry here.
  • Entry can only occur between 8 am – 6 pm on a weekday, 9 am – 5 pm on a Saturday, or any other time agreed between landlord and tenant.
  • The entry notice can be issued without first having to make a reasonable attempt to negotiate a day and time for entry however it usually is a good idea to organise the entry time with the tenant before handing them the Entry Notice form.
  • If the landlord has attempted to organise a time with the tenant that suits the tenant and given proper notice and the tenant has not attempted to make these arrangements landlords can enter using their spare key even if the tenant is not home.

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:WA

Entry Notice SA

Entry Notice SA

Landlords in South Australia have limited rights as to when they can enter a tenanted property. This includes any gardens, sheds or yards included in the lease agreement. In some cases written notice to enter the property must be given before the landlord can enter the property. Landlords found to be breaching these conditions may be fined.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Rights of Entry fact sheet above to see what notice you need to give your tenants and when
  • Read the document THOROUGHLY
  • If you need to give your tenants notice of your entry download the Entry Notice form above
  • Complete the form
  • Pass the form onto your tenant

Tips

  • If proper notice is given, landlords can enter a property between 8.00 am and 8.00 pm on any day except a Sunday or public holiday.
  • In an emergency eg fire in the property no written notice is required
  • More information.

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:SA

Entry Notice NT

Entry Notice NT

A tenant has a right to reasonable peace, comfort and privacy during the tenancy. The property owner/agent must not interfere with a tenants ‘quiet enjoyment’ of the property. This means that a property owner/agent cannot come onto the property whenever they choose. Certain rules apply when visiting the property.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Entry Notice template above
  • Read through the form THOROUGHLY and confirm if you need to give written notice to your tenant and when you need to give this notice to your tenant
  • Complete the form
  • You can either send a copy of the form to your tenant by post or hand deliver the form directly to them

Tips

  • It is always a good idea to negotiate a time to visit the premises with the tenant before completing this form however it is not necessary

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NT