When you rent out a home in NSW and become a 'landlord', knowing your rights and responsibilities will help you avoid or resolve differences you may have with your tenant.
In this section, you will find information to help you understand what the tenancy laws in NSW mean for you, at the beginning, middle or end of a tenancy.
Landlords and agents must provide tenants with a copy of the New tenant checklist before they sign a residential tenancy agreement. Fines can be imposed if this is not done. You can print copies of the New tenant checklist for free from the Fair Trading website.
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