The Queensland Government updated their website in early March regarding the RTRA (Residential Tenancies And Rooming Accommodation) Act review. The process has been delayed due to COVID-19.

The consultation process has ended. They will next analyse feedback and prepare a Decision Regulatory Impact Statement to reflect the outcomes of consultation before introducing a Bill to change tenancy laws.

You can read more at yoursayhpw.engagementhq.com/reform-process-renting-in-qld including the Consultation Report & Reform Road Map.

New laws recently came into effect in Victoria and it seems likely some of the provisions implemented will be introduced in Queensland. You can read about the new laws in Victoria on the Consumer Affairs Victoria website.

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