Retail Leases Act Review 2013 - Have Your Say

17 January 2014

Small retailers and landlords are major contributors to the communities and the economy of NSW. They help make our communities dynamic and vibrant places to live and through the employment they generate, they help to make them sustainable. 

It is with this in mind that the Office of the Small Business Commissioner is conducting a review of the Retail Leases Act 1994.
They would like to hear from you.

The aim of the review is to support small businesses by:
1. encouraging the development of a level playing field in retail leasing;
2. reducing the cost of doing business; and
3. cutting red tape.

Most importantly, they aim to make it easier for small retailers to get into their shops and start doing business.

On 22 November 2013, the Minister for Small Business launched the discussion paper for the review and invited stakeholders and the public to make comment and share their ideas.

There are a number of different ways to make a submission. Submissions and survey responses close 5pm on Friday 7 February, 2014.  You can complete an online survey, which takes about 10 minutes, or you can make a written submission by email.

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