How does Australia compare when it comes to security of tenure for renters?

Research identifies a range of regulatory approaches in place internationally


While Australian state and territory governments do not have unified residential tenancy laws, there has been some debate about no grounds evictions and improving security of tenure for renters. The policy debate centres upon finding a fair balance between the rights of property owners to be free to do what they wish with their property, with the rights of tenants who are paying for the service of safe and secure housing (i.e. their home).

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