This depends on the lease the tenants have on the property. If the tenant’s lease has expired – or they are on a month by month tenancy arrangement – the Victorian Residential Tenancies Act requires that they are provided with a minimum of 60 days notice – plus postage.

If the lease doesn’t expire until after the settlement time, the tenants can remain in the property until the lease expiry date. The tenants are still required to be provided with a minimum of 60 days notice – plus postage – to end the lease.

In some instances an agreement may be able to be negotiated with the tenants for them to vacate the property prior to them legally having to do so. However, there are risks associated and we recommend you discuss this with your legal representative and the managing agent.

For further information on this please refer to www.consumer.vic.gov.au – landlord giving notice to vacate.

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Brian & CherylBought Eaglehawk

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