These fact sheets have been prepared specifically for providers and residents in rooming accommodation in Queensland: boarding houses, hostels and off-campus rooming style student accommodation. These types of accommodation are covered by the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (the Act).
When a tenant ends their interest in their tenancy on the grounds of experiencing domestic and family violence and vacates the property, the vacating tenant or the managing party can lodge a bond refund using this form.
There are rules for the storage and disposal of goods and documents left behind by a resident when they leave rooming accommodation such as a boarding house, hostel, or off-campus student accommodation.
House rules are rules about the use, enjoyment, control or management of rooming accommodation such as a boarding house, supported accommodation service, off-campus student accommodation and other rooming style accommodation.
Renting for the first time can be exciting and there are things you can do at every stage to help make the process go smoothly. Use the checklist below to know where you stand and know what to do before you start looking, when you apply for a rental property and during your agreement.
A Rooming accommodation agreement (Form R18) is the agreement between a resident and a provider which sets out the terms that apply to a resident’s stay in rooming accommodation such as boarding houses, supported accommodation services, off-campus student accommodation and other rooming style accommodation.
The Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (the Act) lists the rules for renting a place to live in Queensland. It gives specific rules for residents and provider/agents involved in renting rooming accommodation, such as boarding houses, supported accommodation and off-campus student accommodation.