Could it happen here – tenants with pets are given more rights against landlords in one Australian state

New rental laws in Queensland, Australia will make it more difficult for landlords to terminate leases or deny tenant requests to have pets.
The law changes are set to come into effect from October 1 in a series of reforms to the Housing Legislation Amendment Bill that have been rolled out this year...

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