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Government Imposed Business Closures – Landlord Position

Melbourne Arcade

Tenants are shutting down businesses and telling me that they cannot pay rent, what does this mean for me as a landlord?


Legal issues arising from the pandemic have seen an increasing number of queries arise in relation to landlord and tenant relationships and the impact Covid-19 will have on them.

Click here to read a summary of key queries with general information detailing Redchip’s view.

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