If the RTBA receives the declaration of deposit, the tenant/resident receives a copy of the loan receipt by e-mail (if an e-mail address has been provided) or by post. The owner or owner only receives a receipt if they request it. Tenants must provide their email address in order to obtain the receipt as soon as possible. House managers can only receive a receipt by email. Keep the loan receipt/ID number handy – you can search for loan details on RTBA Online. You must fill out a deposit form and have it signed by everyone who signed the lease. The same people who sign the loan deposit form must sign the repayment form when the lease ends. If these signatures do not coincide, there will be delays in processing the loan. To check the details and status of a bond transaction, visit the Bond Summary page on RTBA`s online homepage. Make sure that pop-ups are enabled in your web browser. Homeowners and home managers can register on RTBA Online to view and transact with registered bonds. Landlords must issue a receipt to the tenant within 48 hours of receiving the money for the loan.
Guarantees for Housing SA bonds cannot be increased. The original loan guarantee must be released and a new guarantee must be issued. Tenants may need to apply for new assistance through Housing SA. Housing SA can help legitimate tenants with a bond guarantee. The Bond Guarantee of Housing SA replaces the bond deposit form and can be deposited by RBO, email or post. If the lessor decides to top up the loan after five years and the rent on that date is less than US$760 per week, the total amount of the loan must not exceed one month`s rent after the takeover. If you are depositing the bail increase at a CBS office or by mail, use a loan deposit form and provide the initial bond number. Owners must deposit the deposit increase within two weeks of receipt. Registered agents have four weeks to file the loan increase. All Victoria residential property rental obligations must be submitted to the RTBA electronically or on paper (if not available electronically). Home managers and homeowners typically initiate bond deposits and receivables. Use the loan deposit form (614.9 KB PDF) if you deposit the deposit by e-mail or post.
Write cheques payable to Residential Tenancies Fund or complete the Direct debit section on the back of the form. The loan may be increased two years after receipt or if two years have elapsed since the last increase. As of November 1, 2015, registered agents will be required to manage all new residential loans online. If you do not obtain the loan confirmation within 15 working days of the payment of a loan, call the RTBA at 1300 137 164. Note: Calling this number costs as much as a local call. Additional charges may be charged if you call from abroad, on a mobile phone or on a piece phone. RTBA Online allows tenants, residents, landlords, home managers and landlords to view the details and status of a bond transaction. The loan must be deposited with the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority (RTBA), which holds it in trust until the end of the lease if the loan is bond: the reload process is similar to depositing a loan via the RTBA online site.
If you cannot use the online system, you can download the security obligation deposit form on this page. You can send the completed form by mail, email or in person. If you obtain written permission from your landlord/manager to sublet the rented property, you will become the primary tenant and will have to assume responsibility for the landlord….