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Is a statutory declaration used to contract out the section 24 to 28 provisions valid if the tenant has incorrectly referred to the landlord?

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Published on LexisPSL on 01/09/2016

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  • Is a statutory declaration used to contract out the section 24 to 28 provisions valid if the tenant has incorrectly referred to the landlord?

Is a statutory declaration used to contract out the section 24 to 28 provisions valid if the tenant has incorrectly referred to the landlord?

The legislative purpose of the statutory declaration mechanism is to ensure that if a tenant has less than 14 days to consider its position, then there should be a process to match the safeguards previously offered by the old procedure where a court order was necessary in order to contract out in line with the well-established and legally tested procedure under Statutory

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