How do I contact RTA Qld?

How do I contact RTA Qld?

phone the RTA on 1300 366 311 between 8.30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. email [email protected].

What is the RTA called in Qld?

Department of Transport and Main Roads
Department of Transport and Main Roads.

What questions should I ask when applying for a rental?

Top Tenant Screening Questions

  • What date would you like to move in?
  • Do you have pets?
  • How long have you lived in your current home?
  • Why are you moving?
  • How many people will be living in the unit?
  • How many people living with you smoke?
  • What is your monthly income?
  • Have you ever been convicted of a relevant crime?

Can you call RTA?

The RTA Call Center 8009090 As part of the Madinati program, RTA Call Centre 8009090 handles all your inquiries, notifications, suggestions, requests, complaints and urgent notifications. It also handles transactional services such as vehicle registration and renewal.

How do I contact tenancy Services?

For tenancy information, help is available on this website or freephone 0800 836 262.

Can a tenant refuse to leave Qld?

In residential tenancies if you do not move out by the handover day on a Notice to Leave, the lessor or agent can apply to the Tribunal for a termination order and a Warrant of Possession to remove you from the premises. They must apply to the Tribunal within two weeks of the handover day.

When did Residential Tenancies become legal in Queensland?

Residential tenancies in Queensland are disagreements that arise regarding an accommodation agreement such as a residential tenancy agreement or a rooming accommodation agreement. Tenants and lessors in Queensland are given rights under the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008.

Who are the residential tenancy lawyers in Australia?

Michelle joined Go To Court Lawyers in 2011. She now supervises a team of over 80 solicitors across Australia. If you are a residential tenant, landlord, agent, you live in a caravan, or rent a room under a rooming accommodation agreement, you may at some point face a residential tenancy dispute.

When does a tenancy agreement have to be in writing?

A tenancy agreement is a contract between tenants and landlords. They must be in writing, but the Residential Tenancies Act still applies if there is no written agreement. The tenancy agreement applies from the start date of the tenancy (as listed in the agreement) until the tenancy ends.

Can a landlord give notice of end of tenancy early?

If the tenancy is for a fixed-term, neither the landlord nor the tenant can give notice to end it early. However there are some options available if landlords or tenants want to do this. If a landlord charges a bond they must lodge it with us within 23 working days. The maximum bond that can be charged is the equivalent of 4 weeks’ rent.