“I have changed my address and it is now different to the one specified in my tenant’s tenancy agreement. Do I have to notify the tenant? Is it important that this is updated quickly, or can it wait?” Owner, NT
We asked Ray White Darwin , Kate Nolan for her advice.
“This is not something that is urgent and can wait until your next agreement to be updated,” Kate said.
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“However, if it is something you are concerned about you can add a Memorandum of Variation (MOV) to the lease showing that the address has now changed and supply a copy of this document to your tenant.”
In most cases, a landlord would wait and update this on their next tenancy agreement, Kate said.
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