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Matters that may be subject of rental bond claim

166 Matters that may be subject of rental bond claim

(1) A landlord is entitled to claim from the rental bond for the residential tenancy agreement any of the following--
(a) the reasonable cost of repairs to, or the restoration of, the residential premises or goods leased with the premises, as a result of damage (other than fair wear and tear) caused by the tenant, an occupant or an invitee of the tenant,
(b) any rent or other charges owing and payable under the residential tenancy agreement or this Act,
(c) the reasonable cost of cleaning any part of the premises not left reasonably clean by the tenant, having regard to the condition of the premises at the commencement of the tenancy,
(d) the reasonable cost of replacing locks or other security devices altered, removed or added by the tenant without the consent of the landlord,
(e) any other amounts prescribed by the regulations.
(2) This section does not limit the matters for which the landlord may claim from the rental bond for a residential tenancy agreement.

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