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Retrieving your bond

Retrieving your bond can become one of the most stressful experiences ever known! So many forums and social media platforms have been created in an attempt to help people fight for fair.

Aussie Renters has been around for years gathering current and up to date information about the real issues that are happening to the renters in Australia. 

Our contribution to the growing trend of the bond being claimed is to help with the administration or clerical side. We have a library of the vastly different legislation in each state/territory. To help you navigate your way through this nightmare, we have put together some helpful information to assist in preparing your submission.

If it is too hard or time consuming, please reach out to us for assistance. We charge a minimal fee to put together a very powerful document that will help say what has happened during your tenancy.

Please click on the link below to be presented with the relevant state or territory’s categories that we offer information or research on.

Each state has our:

  • Packs – checklists, worksheets and our helpful booklets
  • Help File – any links included will take you to your state’s info 

Currently New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria are available with South Australia to be presented soon and the rest of Australia.

Register as a member today and we will send you a copy of our Legislation with Explanation. For the unavailable state or territory, we will forward you a copy as soon as it becomes available.  

Australian Capital Territory (currently unavailable)

New South Wales

Northern Territory (currently unavailable)

Queensland

South Australia (currently unavailable)

Tasmania (currently unavailable)

Victoria

Western Australia (currently unavailable)    


IMPORTANT – PLEASE NOTE:

Aussie Renters have published this document offering free assistance to the public, in an attempt to help with your tenancy matters.

This document provides information about your legal rights and obligations as a tenant however we are not providing legal advice or opinions. The government and non-government organisation links are provided to assist with more complex tenancy matters and we urge you to contact these free organisations for assistance.

Aussie Renters make no representation as to accuracy, completeness, suitability or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use.  We make every effort to ensure all information supplied on our website is accurate and up to date by regularly checking our content.