Proposed Queensland rental law reforms

Queenslanders are encouraged to have their say on proposed rental law reforms for the residential rental sector.

The Queensland Government has recently introduced the Housing Legislation Amendment Bill 2021 to the Queensland Parliament with proposed reform areas including: 

  • Ensuring all parties have appropriate approved reasons for all parties to end a tenancy; 
  • prescribing Minimum Housing Standards;
  • options for people experiencing domestic and family violence to end a tenancy; and
  • frameworks for all parties to negotiate renting with pets.

The Bill has now been referred to the Community Support and Services Committee for detailed consideration.

Queenslanders are encouraged to follow the discussion on the topic and have their say on the proposed changes through the Committee process.

You can follow the discussion on this Bill and provide your feedback on the proposed changes through the Committee process by 10 August 2021.

If you have enquiries for the Member for South Brisbane, send an email or call (07) 3724 9100.

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