Your landlord cannot unreasonably refuse your request to keep a pet. Learn more about your rights here.
Landlords must apply to ACAT to be able to refuse their tenants’ request for pets. Learn more about your rights here.
While landlords will still need to provide consent, they will only be able to refuse in certain circumstances.
The legislation also gives tenants experiencing domestic violence (DV) the right to end a lease with a week’s notice.
Contact People and Pets for help with accommodation with animals.
Keeping Pets in Strata Schemes, NSW Young Lawyers Animal Law Committee
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