I have a long term tenant of 11 years. Currently on periodical lease. In that time PM bought rent roll and moved agencies twice, rebranding and now another rebranding. We have stayed for a number of reasons despite the poor management. We intended on using a new agency when this tenant leaves. I have been issued a new managing authority to sign. Do I need to sign this? (I can't remember what happened 3 years ago in this situ). My issue with signing is they expect exclusive authority for 120 days and then another 60 days continuing from the end of the exclusive authority period. We do not wish to use them beyond this tenancy. They have also added a special page for us to sign 'Item 11. Agent may end this authority - on giving the client 30 days written notice and a clause which references the OH&S act. I could see them using this clause as I get a sense that they do not want our property on their books (another story). Our tenant has paid via direct deposit for 11 years and not one late payment. For this reason I don't want the hassle of changing agencies and because there is a lack of quality agencies in the area (better the devil you know scenario). I would like to continue under the existing agreement. The tenant is elderly, has a physical and mental illness and community services are working with him to transition him to another residence. Where do I stand? What should I do?