A tenant has been evicted and owes her former landlord almost $50,000 in one of the worst cases of rental property damage the Tenancy Tribunal has seen.
The Tenancy Tribunal has sent a strong message to landlords who fail to meet their obligations under the Residential Tenancy Act.
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A Tenancy Tribunal Adjudicator in Christchurch has delivered an order that could signal the days of full rent refunds for tenants are numbered.
A recent law change means tenancy agreements must be in writing. Here’s what you can and can’t include — plus details of the new rules for insulation and fire alarms in rental properties.
Intensification of a once-rural West Auckland suburb draws closer as notification of changes to land zoning is approved. Auckland Council’s planning committee approved public notification of the rezoning of 360 hectares of land in Whenuapai for industrial and residential development on September 5. The first precinct to be rezoned stretches along the northern side of the Read more about First development areas in Whenuapai to be notified for rezoning[…]
A Manawatu landlord has won what could be a precedent-setting case against his tenant who was let off a big bill for damaging his property.
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Average Auckland house price inches back to $1.1m; National average rises to $628k; Uncertainty remains over whether LVR restrictions and looming interest rate rises will keep slowing house price growth. Lending restrictions and looming interest rate rises are subduing rampant house price growth, but question marks remain over whether the slow-down is here to stay. Read more about Average Auckland house price inches back to $1.1m[…]
People drunkenly falling through skylights and dogs wrecking carpets after being locked inside are incidents landlords are now having to pay to fix in the fallout from a Court of Appeal decision earlier this year. A case where a tenant did not have to pay for damage after leaving a pot of oil on the Read more about Landlords struggle to claim on tenants’ accidental damage[…]