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Unformatted text preview: dential tenancies: www.territoryhousing.nt.gov.au Residential Tenancies Authority: Information on Queensland residential tenancies: www.rta.qld.gov.au Office of Consumer and Business Affairs: Information on South Australian residential tenancies: www.ocba.sa.gov.au/tenancies/res/index.html Department of Justice Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading Section: Information on Tasmanian residential tenancies: www.consumer.tas.gov.au/ renting/rtc Department of Justice and Consumer Affairs Victoria: Information on Victorian residential tenancies: www.consumer.vic.gov.au/CA256EB5000644CE/page/Renting?OpenDocument&1=910-Renting~&2=~&3=~ Department of Consumer and Employment Protection: Information on Western Australian residential tenancies can be obtained from the home page, and renting a home in the Consumer Protection section: www.commerce.wa.gov.au/ConsumerProtection/Content/Property_renting/Renting_and_tenancy/ Tenants/index.htm There is also a tenancy pack available at: www.commerce.wa.gov.au/ConsumerProtection/Content/Property_renting/Renting_and_tenancy/ Landlords/Landlords_pack.html Photo credit p. 848: © Oleksandr Bilozerov/Dreamstime.com PROPERTY AND MORTGAGES Gai received permission from a local farmer to keep her horse in a paddock that the farmer owned but wasn’t using. In return she paid him $20 per week. On weekends Gai would groom the horse and exercise it in the paddock. On a particular week...
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