The only paper trail I have so far is between myself & the property manager with me giving more than 28 days notice to vacate. them asking to do open inspections for future tenants, which I did agree to before knowing my rights, since knowing my rights I emailed my property manager informing her of them and telling her that I will not be allowing anyone to enter until the 14 days before my lease ends. When she returns my last email I will then mention the phone call I had with one of colleges and mentioning the conversation that took place then as well.
DP is going to call them up after we were meant to have our open tomorrow and ask who spoke to me today, so then he can have a word with them and find out their name. DP said if he spoke to him the way he spoke to me on the phone he'd be making a detour on the way home to their office and that whouldnt help anyone lol.
Is the tenancy advocacy service like Consumers Affairs Victoria? If so thats who I've been in contact. Their the ones that are in charge of the Residential Tenancy Act VIC.
It does suck as we've been good renters and done everything right, the landlord and proprty manager was happy with us and sad to see us lease. Then she trys to pull the rug underneath us which is totally unfair. Everyone at that real estate has been lovely until you put in a complaint with your rights.
Hopefully our new Real estate and espeically Property manager is a lovely person!