Title: ‘Security of tenure’

Music: ‘Phazes’ – piano tune varying in volume throughout video

Length: 30 seconds

Transcript begins

Description: Video begins – a hand draws a house with a green tree next to it. A family with small children, an older couple, and a young man appear in front of the house. The tree changes colour to brown. State Government of Victoria logo appears on the bottom right corner.

Voiceover: Will you be able to stay in your rented home as long as you’d like to?

Description: a hand draws a ‘Leased’ sign with a bird sitting on it.

Voiceover: If you own an investment property, can you rent it out for a period of time that works for you?

Description: a hand draws a woman sitting in an armchair, holding a coffee mug.

Voiceover: Some tenants and landlords may want the stability of a longer lease …

Description: a hand draws two packing boxes next to the woman, and a kettle and some teacups next to the boxes.

Voiceover: … while others want the flexibility to end a lease when their circumstances change.

Description: the original house appears and a hand draws a washing line with two t-shirts on it. The hand writes the words ‘Have your say’ on the first t-shirt.

Voiceover: Have your say as part of the Victorian government’s review of renting laws.

Description: The hand writes ‘Security of tenure’ on the second t-shirt.

Voiceover: We’d like to hear your views on an issues paper looking at security of tenure. Share your experiences, discuss ideas for change, or make a formal submission.

Description: A hand draws a tablet and the Fairer Safer Housing logo appears on the screen. The words ‘Register now at fairersaferhousing.vic.gov.au’ appear under the logo.

Voiceover: For more information and to register, go to fairersaferhousing.vic.gov.au.

Description: Black title screen with the words ‘Produced by Consumer Affairs Victoria’

Description: Black title screen with the words ‘Authorised by Consumer Affairs Victoria. 121 Exhibition Street Melbourne. Spoken by Pia Hinsley’

Voiceover: Authorised by Consumer Affairs Victoria. 121 Exhibition Street Melbourne. Spoken by Pia Hinsley.

Transcript ends