This occupancy information only applies if you are a boarder or lodger, or if you live on campus or in a caravan park, hotel, motel or club. Otherwise, go to Tenancy Factsheets.
Am I an occupant?
Where do my rights come from?
What are my rights?
- Privacy and Access
- Repairs and Electricity, Water and Gas
- Ending an Occupancy and Eviction
What if there is a dispute?
Going to the Tribunal (ACAT)
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