Tenant bond lodgement form

It is a requirement under the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 that all residential bonds are to be lodged with Rental Bonds. Lessors are required to lodge a rental bond within two weeks of the receipt of the bond. Payment details will be provided by the Rental Bonds team once the bond has been processed.
Bond refunds will be divided equally between the tenants listed on this form submission once a Bond refund form is submitted.
Please complete the following questions to submit a Tenants Bond Lodgement Form.
All fields marked ( * ) are mandatory.

Section 1: Tenant Details

Only persons that have contributed to the bond should be listed as tenants. Children of tenants or any other persons that
do not contribute bond payment should not be listed on this form.

Section 2: Lessor Details

Section 3: Agent Details (if applicable)

Section 4: Rented Premises Details

Dwelling type: *

Section 5: Bond and Tenancy Details

The total amount of bond must not exceed the sum of four weeks rent. Enter '0' for nil amounts.

Tenancy commencement: *

Section 6: Declaration

Person submitting and making declaration: *

Declare that:

  • the information provided in this form is true and correct.
  • by submitting this form I understand that giving false or misleading information, including giving information that is false or misleading because something has been omitted, is a serious criminal offence.
  • I agree to notify Rental Bonds within 30 days and provide full details of a change in circumstance, including change of contact or address details and property status.
  • If you would like to receive a copy of this submission enter your email address below.

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    If you require further information on Rental Bonds and your bond lodgement form email rb@act.gov.au or phone (02) 6207 0028.