NSW Govt to review land lease community laws

Published on

Laws affecting the more than 35,000 people living in over 500 residential land lease communities across NSW are under the microscope.

The NSW Government is conducting a review of the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013, which outlines the rights and responsibilities of operators and residents.

The Government says: “feedback will help make sure the laws are still appropriate for people living and working in residential communities and that they are fair for everyone.”

NSW citizens are invited to contribute to the review here.

Last week we reported changes to NSW’s Retirement Village Act 1999 have finally kicked in, introducing six-month buybacks for villages in metro areas and 12-month buybacks for those in regional areas, two years after first being mooted by the Government.

Share.