The occupancy agreement is a legal contract between you and the university. If you are unsure of any of these contents, please contact an independent consultation or contact us for more details. There are two types of occupancy agreements, one by default and the other for rooms allocated under the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS). Your offer email will describe if you are in a NRAS room An occupancy agreement is part of your accommodation offer. The agreement sets out the obligations and expectations for both the university and the resident a written e-mail requesting cancellation, which must be forwarded to the accommodation within 24 hours of receiving the notification by the Home Office, as well as the home office email in which you recommend your notice of refusal to study in Australia. You will then be formally informed that your lease will be terminated without penalty. If you do not wish to receive content insurance, please send us an email to email@example.com with your full name, UniLodge location and room number. Weeden Lodge offers a limited number of internal and external parking spaces that are paid separately at your occupancy fees. On-campus parking for cooper and UC Lodge residents is managed by the University of Canberra. Yes, yes. To secure an apartment, the occupant must pay a deposit, a registration fee ($55), a Community Spirit Fee ($100.00) and two weeks of occupancy fees, which vary by room type.
To view the UniLodge Contents Insurance Product Disclosure Statement – Click here. More than 14 days before the start date of your contract, the following amounts will be refunded: $800.00 security deposit and two-week occupancy fee Yes, you must use mattress protection that we make available to you at check-in. UniLodge will use this information to assess your eligibility and, if confirmed, send you a conditional accommodation offer. If you are not considered eligible, we will contact you to discuss the types of alternative rooms that are not NRAS available. The one-week early termination fee (depending on the type of room) is charged to the occupant and is responsible for finding an appropriate replacement for the remainder of the contract. Yes – The departure fee is $100 per room and payable at departure. If you did not obtain an education visa in Australia prior to the start of your hire, please complete the following steps: If you are considering terminating or terminating your contract, be sure to read your occupancy contract and residency manual to understand the process, or contact your home to understand the steps that apply to your application for accommodation with UniLodge Australia.