What is unlawful interference?

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This depends very much on the facts of each case, but some possible examples include:

  • Repeated visits by the landlord without justification;
  • Interference with doors, windows, locks,
    water or power supply;
  • Attempts to force the tenant to leave through noise, harassment or threats;
  • Entering the premises for an inspection or repairs without giving notice in accordance with the RTA;
  • Demanding access beyond that provided by the lease, or otherwise required by law.

Information supplied courtesy of the Tenants Union of ACT

Further information and advice for ACT tenants can be sourced from

www.tenantsact.org.au