Sunday, November 1, 2015

Reaching tenants with other languages

Ensuring everyone knows their tenancy rights is very important to us. With funding from the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW last year we released a spiffy new set of tenants’ rights factsheets translated into nine community languages that are common amongst renters in NSW.
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The new factsheets can be found at the Tenants’ NSW website, right on the front page in the left most column. You can jump directly to your community language of choice and view an html version of the information or download a pdf copy.
If you or anyone you know wants to know about their rights and obligations as a renter in NSW and can read one of the following languages:
  • Arabic
  • Chinese (simplified)
  • Chinese (traditional)
  • Farsi
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Spanish
  • Thai
  • Vietnamese
Why not download a factsheet and give have a look!

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