Renting in community
A video about your rights and responsibilities when renting houses in remote communities This educational video is a story about people who rent houses in remote communities. The video outlines the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords. Issues covered include:
- starting a tenancy
- ingoing condition reports
- rent and how it is calculated
- repairs and maintenance
- emergency repairs
- how to get help
The video has been produced in seven different languages spoken in communities across the Northern Territory This video was produced by the National Association of Community Legal Centres and developed with the assistance of an Australian Human Rights Framework Education Grant from the Australian Attorney-General’s Department and a Law Society Public Purposes Trust Grant from the Law Society Northern Territory. The content of this film was developed in a collaborative partnership of legal services in the Northern Territory including Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission, Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid, North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Darwin Community Legal Service, Tenants’ Advice Service, Central Australian Women’s Legal Service. Published: May 2013 Availability: Now Available Renting in Community available in the following languages. Please click on the link below.
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