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Matters that may be subject of bond claim

    (1)     Without limiting the matters for which a residential rental provider may claim from a bond, a residential rental provider is entitled to claim an amount of bond for the following—

        (a)     the reasonable cost of repairs to, or the restoration of, the rented premises or goods leased with the premises, as a result of damage caused by the renter or a renter's visitor, taking into account fair wear and tear;

        (b)     any rent or other charges owing and payable under the residential rental agreement or this Act;

        (c)     the reasonable cost of cleaning any part of the premises, if the premises were not left reasonably clean by the renter, having regard to the condition of the premises at the commencement of the residential rental agreement;

        (d)     the reasonable cost of replacing locks or other security devices altered, removed or installed by the renter without the consent of the residential rental provider;

        (e)     any other prescribed matter.

    (2)     A residential rental provider is not entitled to claim an amount of bond for an amount owing or payable to the residential rental provider under an agreement referred to in section 53AA.

S. 411AC inserted by No. 45/2018 s. 287 (as amended by No. 47/2019 ss 86, 98).

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