Ending a tenancy agreement - Termination by landlord

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This is a summary only - the Act should be checked for more complete information.

PREMISES UNINHABITABLE

The landlord can terminate the tenancy agreement by giving the tenant 2 days written notice in accordance with section 101 of the Act in the following circumstances:

  • if access to the premises has not been available for more than three days because of flooding; or
  • if continued occupation of the premises is a threat to the health or safety of the tenant or members of the public or a threat to the safety of the landlord's property; or
  • if the premises have become uninhabitable.

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