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Type: Journal article
Title: Rented housing law: past, present and future
Author: Bradbrook, A.
Citation: Flinders Law Journal, 2003; 7(1):1-14
Publisher: School of Law, Flinders University of South Australia
Issue Date: 2003
ISSN: 1325-3387
Abstract: Paper based on the Opening Presentation of the Fourth Australasian Conference on Tenancy Tribunals and Associated Bodies, Adelaide, September 2001 - Residential Tenancies Acts, adopted in Australia during the 1970s and 1980s, revolutionised the law relating to rented housing - present laws on leases are more equitable than at any time in our history - the Acts have proved to be a major catalyst for the later introduction of legislation controlling retail tenancies - the need for further reforms in the area of residential tenancies law.
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