VCAT - Residency Applications under the Disability Act 2006 - Victoria

Service summary

In the Residential Tenancies List, VCAT has powers to:

  • determine disputes about the amount of residential charge paid by a resident in a community residential unit run by a disability service provider
  • review notices to vacate given to residents of community residential units by service providers
  • make orders for possession requiring residents to vacate a community residential unit and other orders dealing with non-payment of rent and other problems.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Administering agency

Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal

Act(s) name

Disability Act 2006 (Victoria)

Contact details

Residential Tenancies Division
Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal


vcat-rt@vcat.vic.gov.au

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