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FACS Housing's obligations

Family and Community Services Housing follows rules about how it delivers services, handles appeals and uses your information

Tenancy agreement

FACS Housing complies with the rights and obligations of a landlord under the Residential Tenancies Act 2010. These rights and obligations are outlined in the Tenancy Agreement signed by each tenant when they start a tenancy in a FACS Housing or Aboriginal Housing Office property.

For more information on starting, managing and ending a tenancies, look in the Starting a Tenancy Policy, During a Tenancy Policy and Ending a Tenancy Policy.

For more information about the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants visit the NSW Fair Trading website.

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