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Notice to vacate if rent is overdue by 7 days

If the resident of a caravan park falls behind in the rent by 7 days, the caravan park owner can issue a notice to vacate.

If the resident of a caravan park falls behind in the rent by 7 days, the caravan park owner can issue a notice to vacate. If the resident gets a notice they should speak to a lawyer as soon as possible.

See s. 305—Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (Vic)(opens in a new window).

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