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14th October
written by Tellus

*Fire protection and evacuation (§ 59.18.060) – At the beginning of the lease, the landlord must give the tenant a copy of a fire protection/safety information including an evacuation plan. This should include whether the property has a smoking policy, an emergency notification plan, and the route(s) to leave the building in the event of a fire. If a lease contains a section or language that attempts to waive your rights as defined in the Landlord and Tenant Act, that particular section will be deemed unenforceable. The rest of the lease remains valid. No lease can waive your rights or remedies, require you to pay attorneys` fees that are not authorized by law, indemnify the landlord for costs responsible for the costs, or create a lien on the tenant`s property. Read the wording of the law for a complete list. In addition to providing space for relevant details, the standard form of the agreement also enumerates in a practical way the standard terms that must apply to all agreements under Western Australian law. . . .

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