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Residential Tenancies Act 2010 No 42
Current version for 7 July 2017 to date (accessed 21 August 2017 at 12:39)
Part 7 Division 1 Section 136
136   Definitions
In this Part:
alternative premises ground for termination of a social housing tenancy agreement—see section 148.
appropriate Minister means, in relation to:
(a)  the Aboriginal Housing Office or an organisation registered under Part 5 of the Aboriginal Housing Act 1998 or a tenant of the Office or organisation, the Minister administering that Act, or
(b)  any other social housing provider or a tenant of the social housing provider, the Minister administering the Housing Act 2001.
eligibility ground for termination of a social housing tenancy agreement—see section 143.
rent rebate means an amount waived or remitted, in accordance with a rent rebate scheme administered by a social housing provider, from rent payable to a social housing provider.
social housing premises means residential premises under a social housing tenancy agreement.
social housing provider means any of the following:
(a)  the New South Wales Land and Housing Corporation,
(b)  the Aboriginal Housing Office,
(c)  a registered community housing provider within the meaning of the Community Housing Providers National Law (NSW),
(d)  an organisation for the time being registered under Part 5 of the Aboriginal Housing Act 1998,
(e)  an organisation or a member of a class of organisations prescribed by the regulations.
social housing tenancy agreement means a residential tenancy agreement where the landlord is a social housing provider.