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The Tenants' Union of NSW publishes two free newsletters for land lease community residents and advocates — Outasite and Outasite Lite. These contain useful articles and up-to-date information on a broad range of issues relating to land lease community living and the law.

 

Outasite is our print newsletter. It is published once per year and distributed via mail.

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COVID-19: How the pandemic may impact land lease communities

Monday, 6 April, 2020 - 15:16

Pictured: "Together we can get through this." Fist bump with gloves, photo by Branimir Balogović on Unsplash.

There is no doubt we are living in strange and worrying times where everything is changing almost on a daily basis, including the law. The Tenants’ Union has had a number of enquiries from land lease community residents about the impacts of COVID-19, which we will address in this special issue of Outasite Lite.

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Tales from the riverside – Outasite Lite 35

Wednesday, 4 March, 2020 - 14:23

Pictured: Ron and Tenant Advocate Matt Boxhall

It was difficult to know where to start this article – it could have so many themes but essentially it is about one man who just wants to live quietly in the land lease community he chose as his place of retirement.

Ron purchased his home in a riverside caravan park in south west New South Wales in November 2013. He had sold his previous home and had a short stay as tenant in caravan park close by. Ron was clear with the operator that he wanted to live in the community and needed a home that would allow him to do that. The operator offered to sell him a place and said his occupation had to be approved by the committee.

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A year to review – Outasite Lite 34

Tuesday, 3 December, 2019 - 12:20

Pictured: Some of the successful homeowners from Gateway Lifestyle Stanhope Gardens

Yes, it has been four years since the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013 (RLLC Act) commenced and that means the statutory review is due next year.

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