Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985

An application to establish that there are bona fide commercial grounds for inconsistency, in accordance with Section 13A(1)(a) of the Act. The following information is not a complete notice of the law or a replacement for a notice. However, it is important that all parties involved in retail leasing, such as tenants, property owners and commercial property managers, are aware of these laws. For more information, see Commercial Rentals – Response to COVID-19 The Consumer Protection Advice Line can advise you on policies, substantive and audit aspects of rental laws for retail and commercial businesses. Authorized copies of the Retail Shops Act 1985, amendments and associated rules can be obtained from the State Law Publisher Telefon (08) 6552 6000. The SBDC can provide general advice on commercial rentals. The State Administrative Court is responsible for providing mediation service and resolving disputes regarding retail rental and commercial real estate cases, telephone: 9219 3111 The rental wire provides information to retail/commercial tenants under the law to help them understand their rights and obligations. [Section 3 amended: No 49 of 1985, p. 3; No 48 of 1990, p. 4; No. 56 of 1997, p. 24; No. 66 of 1998, p.

4; No. 10 of 2001, p. 38; No. 55 of 2004, p. 117; No. 47 of 2006, p. 21; No. 20 of 2011, p. 30; No no. 59 of 2011, paragraph 5; No. 17 of 2014, p. 14.] Consumer protection administers the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985, which regulates retail leases.

The law focuses mainly on the need for transparency of information and fairness in the treaty. To which cases does this law apply? The law focuses on retail trade; However, rental contracts for certain non-businesses, such as.B. shopping mall businesses and other specific businesses, are also covered by the law. The law generally applies to contracts for the rental of premises with an area of 1000 m2 or less and is used for the exercise of a commercial activity and is located in a retail shopping centre (a group of premises of which 5 or more are used for the sale of goods by the retail trade or by a given enterprise); not in a retail shopping centre, but which are used (or used primarily) for the sale of goods by the retail trade; or used to carry out a « particular activity ». . . .

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