(1) In making an order to resolve a short-stay accommodation dispute, VCAT must consider the following—
(a) the conduct of the parties;
(b) an act or omission or proposed act or omission by a party;
(c) any other matter VCAT thinks relevant.
(2) In relation to a prohibition order under section 169D, VCAT must also consider the following—
(a) the severity and nature of the breach;
(b) the time between the breaches;
(c) the history of the short-stay provider’s provision of short-stay accommodation arrangements;
(d) any measures the short-stay provider took to prevent the breach.
S. 169G inserted by No. 34/2018 s. 7.