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Former prisoner blacklisted by tenancy database

Earlier this year Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre worked with Housing Justice to help a former prisoner, who had been blacklisted by the National Tenancy Database, to clear his name and to secure accommodation following his release. Steve* was having difficulty securing a tenancy due to his blacklisting by a National Tenancy Database. Steve contacted […]

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Loddon Campaspe CLC challenges VCAT fee hike

The state government recently proposed a four-fold fee increase for the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT). The proposed increase will mean applications to VCAT’s Civil List rise from $38.80 to $160.40. Loddon Campaspe CLC believes that Victoria needs a cost-effective, quick and simple forum in which consumer matters can be heard. Accordingly, we felt […]

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