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Have your say on Queensland's retail shop leasing legislation

Activity occured prior to the current government

The department is conducting a statutory review of the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 (the Act), including the Retail Shop Leases Regulation 2006 (the Regulation).

The Act governs retail shop leases in Queensland, including mandatory minimum standards for such leases and a low cost dispute resolution process for retail tenancy disputes.

The purpose of the review is to examine whether the provisions of the Act are appropriate for the Queensland retail leasing environment.

A discussion paper has been developed to facilitate public input into the review. The discussion paper gives an overview of the Act and poses questions about the Act and retail shop leasing issues in Queensland.

Feedback is encouraged in relation to these questions as well as any matter relevant to the regulation of retail shop leases in Queensland. In particular, information about issues and problems experienced with the current provisions of the Act and suggestions for improvements to the Act, including how to make the Act more effective and to reduce the regulatory burden on business, are sought.  

Feedback or submissions received from retail tenants, landlords and other interested individuals or organisations will assist in the development of options for appropriate amendments to the Act.

Consultation closes on 30 January 2012.

To provide feedback, download the form and email to Retail Shop Leases or mail to:

Department of Justice and Attorney-General
Retail Shop Leases Act Review
Strategic Policy
GPO Box 149
Brisbane QLD 4001

Privacy statement

Any personal information you include in your comment or submission will be collected by the Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) for the purpose of undertaking the statutory review under section 122 of the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994. DJAG may contact you for further consultation regarding the review. Your submission may also be released to other Government agencies as part of the consultation process.

Comments or submissions from industry or professional stakeholder bodies will be publicly released or have their comment attributed to them as part of the policy development and legislative process.

Individual or other comments or submissions will also be made publicly available unless you notify us clearly in writing that you would like your comments /submission, or any part of them, to be treated as confidential.

All comments however are subject to disclosure under the Right to Information Act 2009 and applications for access will be determined in accordance with that Act.

Last reviewed
21 November 2011
Last updated
22 July 2016

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