No grounds evictions to remain after review of tenancy laws

The NSW government will not abolish “no grounds” evictions as part of its forthcoming package of rental reforms, as it prepares to fight an election where key marginal seats contain large numbers of renters.

Many tenancy and welfare groups wanted laws tightened to remove the power for landlords to evict renters without reason, but it is understood the government has decided against matching Labor’s election promise to end “no grounds” evictions.

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