Consumer Protection Advice
Consumer Protection has advised that instead of renewing the RV Interim Code every 6 months, which has been the recent practice, the current interim code will be remade as a new Code under the Fair Trading Act for a period of three years.
This means that the current Code will remain until new legislation (Act, Regulations and Code) is in place.
The reason is that it is a very expensive process to replace the Code with many on-going costs, such as reprinting the Code, on each occasion.
Ron Chamberlain, President
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The WARVRA October 2023 newsletter is now available to read on line or download!
As WARVRA is the peak body for retirement village residents, Council has been asked to distribute the attached information to all members.
The WARVRA May 2023 newsletter is now available to read on line or download!
During May and July WARVRA President will be visiting regional locations to conduct meetings to keep our members updated on changes to retirement villages.