A family of three live in a community home together, Kate (Grandaughter aged 22), Josh (Grandson, aged 25), and Jenny (Grandmother, aged 74).
Kate is experiencing family and domestic violence from a past partner, and even though he is not a tenant Kate still fears for her safety as he knows where she lives. Kate decides to submit a notice of termination under the provisions of family and domestic to her community housing provider with the required evidence form. She provides the community housing providers 7 business days notice as she is meant to.
As Josh and Jenny are co-tenants the community housing provider also provided them a copy of the notice of termination, but does not provide the evidence form as this is confidential (See important note below). Josh decides he also wishes to leave the tenancy, giving the community housing provider 21 days notice. Jenny decides to stay so the community housing provider must allow her to remain in the tenancy, and Jenny now becomes the sole tenant in the tenancy agreement.