Can a landlord pass to the tenant the costs of complying with the Building Act?

I recently presented a short paper at the Law Institute of Victoria’s Property Law Conference on the topical question of :


“Whether a landlord can recover from a tenant the costs of complying with the Building Act”


The paper is attached for your download ease.


Property Law Conferencer ( August 2012)(3)


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  1. #1 by Andrew Jackson on October 9, 2012 - 9:18 pm

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