Illawarra & South Coast Tenants Service (ISCTAAS)
ISCTAAS services the Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama, Wingecarribee, Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla, and Bega Valley areas.
This service can provide FREE information, advice and advocacy to new and existing clients. This includes help with applications and hearings in the NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal.
How we can help you with your tenancy matter
Free Community Education Workshops
Community Education sessions that can be provided by the Tenants Service include:
General Tenancy Rights & Responsibilities
This session outlines the main rights and responsibilities of both tenants and landlords. Target audience: both workers and tenants.
The NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal
Information on using the Tenancy Division of the Tribunal including how it works, applications, hearings and evidence. Target audience: tenants and workers.
Information about the use of tenant databases in NSW including when tenants can be listed and what they can do about inaccurate or unlawful listings. Target audience: workers.
A range of sessions can be provided focusing on specific issues or covering the main rights and responsibilities of residents and park owners. Target audience: park residents.
Please note that the target audience is merely a guide and sessions are always open to others.
Other Useful links
Factsheets: Please visit Tenants Union to download factsheets and sample letters regarding your rights & responsibilities as a tenant.
Blog: The ‘blog’ of the Tenants’ Union of NSW hopes to inform, educate and debate the legal, political and cultural aspects of this renting life.
Sharehousing Survival Guide: The Share Housing Survival Guide is designed to provide both practical and legal information for people in share housing.
Vote ‘Home’ in bid to end the housing crisis by 2025: The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) asks all Australians to stand up for change by signing the Vote Home petition calling for a national strategy to end the housing crisis by 2025.
Illawarra Legal Centre cannot give legal advice by email:
Unfortunately we cannot give advice by email. We cannot protect any confidential information you send to us by email if we have not asked for that information.