Tenants cannot be distributed unless VCAT decides it is appropriate and proportionate in the circumstances. There are now only limited reasons why landlords can ask VCAT to terminate a lease. Clearer rules for terminating a lease or resolving a dispute. It cannot be left in your mailbox or under your door. It must be sent to you personally, by recommended letter, or the owner can provide you with the notification electronically, as well as by email, if you agree. If you receive an electronic evacuation notice and you have not accepted, check your rental agreement and contact us for further advice. You must tell the owner at least 28 days in advance of the intention to evacuate the apartment if you intend to leave your rented premises. You can provide these applications even if there is a temporary agreement in progress. However, we can take into consideration the agreement in deciding whether it is appropriate and proportionate to place an order.
The termination (end of the lease and exit of the property) must be served on the tenant in the rented premises, i.e. by: a letter of intent to evict is simply a letter to the landlord indicating the date on which you will leave. This date must be 28 days from the date the lessor receives the notification. This means that you need to allow extra days for distribution when you send the message by mail instead of sending it personally. See Australia Post delivery times. You can also send the message by email if the owner or real estate agent has agreed to terminate the contract in this way. If you send the message by email, you should make sure it is at the email address designated by the owner or real estate agent and, if possible, ask for a read confirmation. However, it is recommended to use the registered emails and keep the email letter so that you can prove the date you sent it. You should also keep a copy of your message. Section 243 – Dismissal for Dangerous Assault Section 244 – Dismissal for Risk Section 245 – Reference to Land Evacuation, Section 246 of the eviction order for rent arrears Section 247 – Communication on the Evacuation of Non-Payment of Bonds Section 248 – Communication on Eviction for Non-Compliance Court Decision Section 249 – Communication on Eviction for Non-Compliance Section 250 – Communication on Eviction for Illegal Use Section 250A – Communication on The Evacuation of Drugs Public Housing Behaviour Section 251 – Communication on the authorization of children to stay in Real Estate Section 252 – Communication on evacuation for false information to the housing authority Section 253 – Notice of eviction for transfer or subletting without authorization Section 25 Evacuation Communication – Owner Main Residence Section 255 – Termination for Renovations/Repairs Section 256 – Evacuation Communication for Demolition Section 257 – Evacuation Communication as Professional Rental Housing Section 258 – Communication to be provided As a landlord or family member Section 259 – Termination as a sale with property Section 260 – Termination as land required for public purposes Section 261 – Evacuation Communication for the end of limited life Section 263 – Notification, for no reason For any of these reasons, a tenant may evacuate the landlord with the intention of evacuating the notification of the leased buildings in advance at 14 days.