Tenancy Forms

 

Below are links to view PDF document forms that you may require access to during your tenancy.

 

If you have a maintenance issue you wish to be rectified, please download the Maintenance Request Form Below, fill it out and either mail or email it to your property manager.

 

For any Emergency Repairs and Maintenance Issues, do not hesitate to call the diverted after hours phone number and a property manager will handle it for you. If you are unsure if your maintenance issue can be classified as an 'emergency' please click the link and check before contacting the after-hours phone.

 

Forms and Fact Sheets:

  • RTA Form 17a (Renting a house or unit in Queensland)

  • Rental Application Form

  • Maintenance Request Form

  • RTA Form 13 (notice of intention to vacate)

  • Form 6 (change of shared bond)

  • RTA 'During a Tenancy' Booklet

  • RTA 'Moving In' Booklet

  • RTA 'Moving Out' Booklet

  • RTA Domestic Violence Fact Sheet

  • RTA Natural Disasters Information

  • RTA Goods & Documents Left Behind

  • RTA General Tenancy Agreement Fact Sheet

 

Pocket guide for tenants - Houses and Units (Form 17a)

The Pocket guide for tenants - house and units (Form 17a) is for tenants who live in houses, flats, units, townhouses and houseboats. It includes information the tenant will need while renting and explains their rights and responsibilities under the law.

Rental Application Form

The Pocket guide for tenants - house and units (Form 17a) is for tenants who live in houses, flats, units, townhouses and houseboats. It includes information the tenant will need while renting and explains their rights and responsibilities under the law.

Maintenance Request Form

The Pocket guide for tenants - house and units (Form 17a) is for tenants who live in houses, flats, units, townhouses and houseboats. It includes information the tenant will need while renting and explains their rights and responsibilities under the law.

RTA Form 13 (notice of intention to vacate)

The tenant/s give the Notice of intention to leave (Form 13) to the lessor/agent when the tenant/s want to vacate the premises by a certain date. There may be a number of grounds (reasons) for giving the notice. If the lessor/agent disputes these reasons, they should try to resolve the matter with the tenants first. If agreement cannot be reached, the RTA’s dispute resolution service may be able to assist.

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Form 6 (change of shared bond)

The Change of shared bond arrangement (Form 6) is used when there is a change of bond ownership in an ongoing tenancy. It is important the RTA records are accurate so the bond is paid back to the correct tenant/s or resident/s at the end of the tenancy. This form must be completed and signed by the previous tenant/s or resident/s who contributed to the bond, as well as the new tenant/s or resident/s and the lessor, agent or manager/provider.

RTA 'During a Tenancy' Booklet

This booklet covers important information during a tenancy including rights and responsibilities, disputes, maintenance, repairs, emergencies, fixtures, smoke alarms, rent increases/decreases, inspections and viewings, sale of property and extending a tenancy.

RTA 'Moving In' Booklet

This booklet covers information you need at the start of a tenancy including bond, rent, paying for utilities and entry condition report.

RTA 'Moving Out' Booklet

This booklet covers information for the end of a tenancy including ending or breaking an agreement, cleaning, exit condition report, getting your bond back and resolving problems.

RTA Domestic Violence Fact Sheet

Every person has a right to feel safe and live free from violence. If there is violence in your home, a domestic violence order may be able to help stop the violence. A domestic violence order places limits on the behaviour of the person who is violent towards you. For more information on domestic violence orders, visit the Queensland Courts website www.courts.qld.gov.au, or contact DV Connect using the details at the end of this fact sheet.

RTA Natural Disasters Information

As a tenant or lessor/agent, it is vital to know what your renting rights and responsibilities are if you have been affected by a natural disaster, such as a tropical cyclone. This fact sheet provides important details about what tenants and lessors/agents can and can not do under the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (the Act) if the rental property is damaged or non-liveable.

RTA Goods and Documents Left Behind

The Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (the Act) contains provisions dealing with goods and documents that are left behind by tenants when they leave or abandon premises. Goods and documents may only be dealt with in the manner described in this fact sheet once the tenancy agreement has ended and the lessor/agent reasonably believes that the goods and documents have been abandoned.

RTA General Tenancy Agreement Fact Sheet

General tenancy agreement (Form 18a) is the agreement between a tenant and a lessor/agent which sets out the terms that apply to the tenant’s stay in general tenancies such as houses, units and townhouses. Tenants and lessor/agents must abide by the terms of the agreement they sign.

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