Ending tenancies – what you need to know

March 7, 2020

Link Housing is committed to providing safe and sustainable housing for those in need.

In some circumstances, a client’s tenancy with Link Housing may end if:
• The agreement has come to an end
• The property you live in is sold
• There’s a breach of your agreement with Link Housing, or
• Where there is a direction from the Tribunal to end the tenancy.

If any of the above happens, Link Housing will will work with tenants to make sure they understand their legal rights and responsibilities.

We follow a strict policy and legislation when deciding to end a tenancy and/or issue a termination notice.

Residents and applicants can find our End of Tenancy policy here.

The policy follows guidelines set out in section 85 of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 (90 days no grounds termination), the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 overall and NSW Community Housing Access Policy.

Please call your Housing Manager or our Client Services Team on 9412 5111 if you have any questions about this policy.