All agreements must contain standard terms, such as the name and contact information of each party, the address of the premises, how much rent you pay, and all the terms of the agreement. Your landlord or supplier may not include in the agreement any additional terms or clauses contrary to what the law says. A periodic agreement – is an agreement during the week that lasts until the lease is terminated by one of the parties. If a fixed-term contract expires and neither party takes steps to terminate the lease, the contract is automatically transferred to a periodic “week-by-week” contract. The owner/intermediary cannot require a potential tenant to agree to purchase goods or services from the owner, agent or third party, as a prerequisite to acceptance of the rental agreement. Once an “extract declaration” has been made, the tenant must either undress from the property or pay the arrears and obtain written permission to continue the lease. If an applicant finds that there is an advertisement in a rental database, it may be possible to contest the advertisement by filing an application with the QCAT to determine the issue. For more information, see the Tenancy Tenancy Sheet. If there is disagreement on the loan, either the tenant or the lessor can file the form with the RTA.
They then send the other party a claim notification form, as well as a dispute resolution request form. . . .