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09 Apr 2019 v1.5

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Form Notes

Entry to rented Premises is permitted,

(1)

at any time agreed with the Tenant if the Tenant has consented not more than 7 days before entry (section 85(a)); or

(2)

for a purpose set out in section 86, at any time between 8am and 6pm on any day (except a public holiday) provided at least 24 hours notice has been given to the tenant  – (section 85(b)).


SERVICE OF NOTICE

This notice is delivered to the Tenant by: (mark one only)

__ Hand __ Post __ Email (with consent)  

Email address for service: …………………………………………………….………….……………………….

Date Notice Given: …… / …… / ……   (if by post see Note (1) below)

Note:

(1)

If this notice is being served by post the appropriate number of days should be added depending on the delivery option chosen.

(2)

Delivery of this notice by email can only occur if the tenant has provided prior consent.

(3)

A notice delivered by email will be deemed to have been received in accordance with Section 13A of the Electronic Transactions (Victoria) Act 2000.


SIGNATURE

Agent’s/Landlord’s Signature: ……………………………………….      Date Notice Issued: …… / …… / ……

 

25 Jan 2016 v1.4

Additions / Changes:


Form Notes

Entry to rented Premises is permitted,

(1)

at any time agreed with the Tenant if the Tenant has consented not more than 7 days before entry (section 85(a)); or

(2)

for a purpose set out in section 86, at any time between 8am and 6pm on any day (except a public holiday) provided at least 24 hours notice has been given to the tenant  – (section 85(b)).


Form Notes

The Tenant must receive notice of entry at least 24 hours prior to entry – (Section 85(b))


Form Notes

Entry may be at any time between 8am and 6pm on any day except a public holiday


REASON FOR ENTRY

Reasons for entry moved to be in the same order as the Act.


REASON FOR ENTRY

Note: Entry to rented Premises is permitted at any time agreed with the Tenant if the Tenant has consented within 7 days before entry.(Section 85(a))

__

To show the Premises to prospective purchasers or tenants (section 86(1)(a)).

Note: If selecting this reason to show prospective tenants, A Notice to Vacate or a Notice of Intention to Vacate the rented Premises must should have already been given first.

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To show the Premises to a prospective buyer or lender (section 86(1)(b)).

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To enable the Landlord/Agent to carry out any other a duty under the Act Residential Tenancies Act 1997, Tenancy Agreement or any other Act (section 86(1)(c)).

Please Specify Provide details: …………………………………………………………………………

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To allow a valuation of the Premises to be carried out (section 86(1)(d)).

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The Landlord/Agent believes, on reasonable grounds, that the Tenant has failed to comply with their duties under the Act or Tenancy Agreement (section 86(1)(e)).

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To inspect the Premises (section 86(1)(f)).

Note: Must not be more than once every for the same purpose within the last 6 months or within 3 months of the commencement of the first tenancy.

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To make routine repairs or to carry out maintenance (in accordance with the Act) of the Premises.

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To inspect the Premises in accordance with proceedings relating to section 233A(3) of the Act (section 86(1)(g)).

 

11 Jun 2015 v1.3

Copyright statement updated.

 

20 Dec 2010 v1.2

Additions / Changes:


REASON FOR ENTRY

To show the Premises to prospective purchasers or tenants

 

Note: If selecting this reason to show prospective tenants, a Notice to Vacate or a Notice of Intention to Vacate the Premises must have been given first.

 

23 Jan 2009 v1.1

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Form Header Notes

The purpose of this form is used to give Tenants notice of the Landlord/Agent’s intention to enter the rented Premises