The Code also allows for subsequent applications for rent relief if the financial situation of an authorized tenant changes significantly after a change in the lease or other agreement. The State Administrative Court has jurisdiction for the provision of a mediation service and to rule on disputes concerning retail rental and commercial property cases, telephone: 9219 3111 The Code also provides that, under the small commercial rental agreement, landlords should consider not recovering expenses to be incurred from or paid by the tenant. This is the case when the tenant is a legitimate tenant who cannot carry out his activities on the land or in the premises that are the subject of the lease. The Government of Western Australia has just implemented the COVID-19 Response Regulations 2020 (Regulations), which implements the National Cabinet Agent Code. These rules follow the passage of the Commercial Assets Act 2020 (COVID-19 Response), which establishes rent relief principles applicable to small commercial leases during the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has threatened all sorts of legal relationships, including numerous commercial leases. In Western Australia, the Land Government has acted to deal with this situation. The law has been amended in recent years and entered into force on 1 January 2013. All of these changes do not apply to leases entered into before that date. We have created a series of publications on commercial leasing to answer frequently asked questions about the law, which are specifically for before and after the 1st. leases concluded on 1 January 2013. In addition to industry experts such as lawyers, experts, accountants and tenant lawyers, the government has put in place a framework to support retail and business traders.
The rental thread provides information to retail/commercial tenants who are covered by the law to help them understand their rights and obligations. An application to establish that there are bona fide commercial grounds for inconsistency, in accordance with Section 13A(1)(a) of the Act. The VA government has introduced the Commercial Tenancies (COVID-19 Response) Act 2020 and its rules contain a new code of conduct intended to help commercial tenants and landlords enter into rental agreements during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. . . .