According to section 185 of the Residential Tenancies Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (Qld), at the beginning of the tenancy, the lessor must insure that: - The premises and inclusions are reasonably clean. - The premises are suitable for the tenant to live in. -The premises and attachments are in an appropriate state of repair, having regard to the age of, rent payable for and expected life of the premises and inclusions.
Lessor must insure that
- Maintain the premises and inclusions in reasonable state of repair. - Maintain all locks and security devices to make sure the premises are reasonably secure, and provide the tenant with a key to every lock. - If the premises have a common area, keep the common area reasonable clean.
During the tenancy
During the tenancy, the lessor must:
When ending tenancy, many measures must be followed. The road that must be taken depends on the manner in which the tenancy has been ended. Sometimes the tenancy ends because the residential tenancy agreement purely expires, but occasionally it ends because one of the parties involved has breached part of the agreement.