Need legal help? Legal help FAQs Tenancy Issues These resources are from Tenancy WA The links below are not intended to be comprehensive; nor legal advice. These resources and links are intended to be for informational purposes only, and are not a substitute for independent professional advice. Before acting or relying on any content found on this website or links, you should seek legal or other professional advice for your particular circumstances from a community legal centre, or another lawyer. Fact Sheets for tenants: I need information about Rent, Fees and Other Charges What can I do if I am behind with my rent. How can I end my lease? Can I break my lease early? I have been given a notice of termination to evict me. What can I do? Information for tenants experiencing family and domestic violence: I am experiencing family violence and need to make changes in my tenancy. My co-tenant has issued a Family Violence Termination Notice, what are my rights? I’ve been accused of family violence, what are my rights and responsibilities in my tenancy? Do you have more questions? Visit Tenancy WA's Common Problems page Tenants may contact Tenancy WA on (08) 9221 0088 or 1800 621 888 for country callers. Please leave a message with you name, and best contact details. A member of the advice line team will retrieve your message and arrange for a staff member to return your call to arrange an appointment.