17 Dec 2010

Retail Tenancies Comparative Analysis 2010

Our retail tenancy guide compares the regimes across Australia.

For a retail landlord or retail tenant, retail tenancy legislation can be a minefield, a trap for young players and a downright headache. The fact that each State has its own Act (each inconsistent with the other, and each inescapable), makes property managers long for a career move.

We have tried to make our job and yours easier by preparing a user-friendly analysis of retail tenancy legislation (PDF 1023.4KB).

The analysis compares the main provisions of the New South Wales legislation against legislation in Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, the ACT, Tasmania and the Northern Territory and is an update of our popular Retail Tenancies Comparative Analysis 2007.

The analysis incorporates legislative amendments up to 17 May 2010.



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