Landlords should be concerned By Andrew King Neighbourhoods will have to put up with antisocial, loud and offensive behaviour from difficult tenants if the Government removes the 90-day notice period for evictions. The Government is considering this move as part of an extensive review of tenancy laws, including allowing tenants to make modifications to their Read more about Tenancy plan a worry for landlords and neighbours[…]
An Auckland family whose rental property has been illegally occupied by gang members since May have little choice but to wait for their day in court, legal experts say. Ravina Prasad and Neelesh Chandra have been trying for eight months to remove the squatters from their house on Albert Street, Otahuhu. Police told them the Read more about Auckland house being occupied by Black Power gang members[…]
An Auckland landlady thought her nightmare ended when she managed to evict a “tenant from hell” from her $2 million St Heliers rental property. Instead, it got worse after occupants who the tenant had sublet the house to refused to move.
Landlords have called on the Government to grant them greater protection under the law after more tales emerged of “nightmare” tenants causing tens of thousands of dollars damage to rental homes.
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.