Tenant Eviction Ban Update
Sign The Petition To Parliament to Allow Landlords To Evict Tenants Where There Are 14 Days Rent Arrears:
This video is an update on the progress of Ranjan's petition against the Tenant Eviction Ban. If you haven't watched his previous videos explaining my reasoning behind starting the petition, click the links below. We need just 10,000 signatures for a response from the government and we're almost there! (Just 1,000 more needed) So please make sure you sign and share!
You can't go into a supermarket and steal your week's groceries. There are laws in place to protect shop keepers large and small. Not paying rent is also theft with the Landlord being the victim. In Australia, tenants can be evicted for being 14 days in arrears with rent. Let's have that system here.
The current system is unfair to Landlords. If a Tenant doesn't pay rent then it can take a year for a Landlord to regain procession. In that time the Landlord still has to pay the mortgage and other costs. This can ruin many small scale Landlords. Furthermore, it incentives Landlords to only rent their properties to tenants with higher than average income who are likely to care about getting a bad credit rating. Let's have an Australian style system which aims to be neutral between Landlord and Tenant.
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