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Every landlord in Australia has an obligation to ensure the property they rent out to tenants meets certain State and Federal smoke alarm legislation. We make smoke alarm compliance a breeze by ensuring your obligations are met.
As a busy landlord, your time is precious. The last thing you want to do is organise access with tenants and familiarise yourself with detailed legislation and Australian Standards.
For only $99 per year (which is usually tax deductible), your legislative obligations can be met, mitigating the risks involved with non-compliance including dismissal of insurance claims, personal injury or worse.
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Landlords must ensure their rental property is properly fitted with the required number of working smoke alarms, complying with the Australian Standard (3786), and they are installed as outlined in the Building Code of Australia (BCA) part 3.7.2. This legislation is applicable to all states of Australia.
To read more on each state, click any of the states in below to view the relevant smoke alarm legislation.