If there are any co-tenants, you will need to provide them with a copy of the termination notice, but not the attached documents (e.g. family violence report) and give the co-tenants time to decide if they want to remain in the tenancy or leave.
Key Responsibilities of Community Housing providers
Under the provisions of family and domestic violence community housing providers do have an important role to play and with this comes some key responsibilities, such as:
Tenancy termination with co-tenants responsibilities
Ultimately, it is your responsibility, as a community housing provider, to ensure you comply to the Residential Tenancies Act 1987, including the new provisions for family and domestic violence.