Should Residential Tenancy Inspection Reports be supplemented by visual aids?

Pacific Rim Real Estate Society
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Conference Proceeding
The 13th Annual Conference of the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2007, pp. 1 - 12
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In NSW, landlords and tenants have rights and responsibilities with regards to the rental of real property. The Residential Tenancies Act which commenced on the 30th October 1989 sought to balance the rules for landlords and tenants and introduced new legislative requirements for the written tenancy agreement which was to consist of two parts. Part 1 relates to the terms of the agreement and Part 2 relates to the premises condition report at the beginning of the tenancy. The written tenancy agreement has 28 terms, which cannot be altered or deleted.
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