NSW Fair Trading are conducting some information seminars about the new law for residential parks.
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Dear <<First Name>>

The Tenants' Union is sending this email at the request of NSW Fair Trading. Fair Trading are conducting some information seminars about the new law for residential parks that is due to commence on 1 November 2015. For a list of these seminars click here.

If you want to attend you need to register here.

The Tenants' Union will also be conducting some information sessions later this year and early next year. We will let you know when we are coming to your area.

Thank you.

Julie Lee
Residential Parks Officer, Tenants' Union of NSW
p: (02) 8117 3719


 

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