Yes, LEGALLY you have to do everything in your power to get new tenants. Otherwise they DO NOT have to keep paying rent.
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Thanks guys let the hunt begin for new tenants then very painful
It's all at their expense, there shouldn't be much for you to worry about
Just finding someone suitable, we had some dud applications presented to is last time
Why didn't your pm answer the question? Just make sure they don't charge you any extra fees - the tenant should cover those costs
I'm not certain about QLD, but I know in other states there's something else you need to keep in mind... Once a tenant gives notice and moves out they are under no obligation to keep paying you rent. They will owe you the debt accrued between that time and the time the house is leased, but they don't need to pay it until then. So if you don't relet the property you could well be out of pocket during those remaining months, and once the lease is up you may find yourself in the position of justifying why the house wasn't relet in order to be recompensed.
Again, you'd need to check that is correct for QLD.
Other ladies beat me to it. I hope all the info helps with your question OP
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You do not have to allow them to break the lease. You can say that you will not allow to break the lease. It has to be mutually agreed upon.
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