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Dunedin landlord Vic Inglis has won a landmark appeal at the Dunedin District Court.
National argue that the Bill is simply a duplication of previous legislation.
Even minor improvements to new buildings can make a significant difference to tenants’ comfort, new research from the University of Otago has found.
A Tenancy Tribunal Adjudicator in Christchurch has delivered an order that could signal the days of full rent refunds for tenants are numbered.
Delivering a Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill in 100 days is the first important task on the desk of new Housing Minster Phil Twyford.
The new Labour-led Government will launch a rent-to-own home scheme.
A big-shake up to the residential rental industry is imminent under the newly-formed Labour led Government.
A survey of Auckland renters has found a strong majority maintained their ambition to own a home of their own.
The insulation and property management industries are encouraging landlords to insulate their properties sooner rather than later.
The Anderson v FM Custodians High Court decision may have happened four years ago, but it’s only in recent times that it has seriously shaken up the residential rental industry.
In the tightest election in living memory, we layout where the parties stand on two of New Zealand’s most divisive issue.
An Invercargill landlord has been ordered to pay a total of $38,713.76 in exemplary damages and costs for failing to lodge bonds.
The Labour Party have promised to abolish letting fees and give a more stable environment for Kiwi tenants if they form a new Government after this month’s election.
The Wellington City Council is to launch a voluntary Rental Warrant of Fitness for minimum housing standards in Wellington,
A snapshot of what content is covered in the RTA Amendment Bill Training with Scotney Williams.
Submissions are now open on the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill that targets meth, tenant liability and unlawful tenancies.
The Amendment Bill which provides better protections and clarity for tenants and landlords has passed its First Reading in Parliament.
New Zealanders will be able to better manage the risks of methamphetamine in residential properties following the release of a new standard.
The tenancy industry has received a significant boost with three proposed changes to be made to the Residential Tenancies Act. Building and Construction Minister Dr Nick Smith says the changes will provide better protections and clarity for tenants and landlords. The Bill tackles three of the biggest issues in recent tenancy law, with the Government …
Version 7.1 of the TPS Tenancy Agreement is now integrated within Palace. This means Palace customers get the benefit of our legal updates and new clauses, which are only available within the Tenancy eBundle. Data entry is also a thing of the past, in this exciting new update. Data Entry Eliminated You will no …
We had a blast at the First National Conference at the Grand Millennium Hotel in Auckland. Check out our short video below.
Apart from breaching copywrite, copying clauses from others Tenancy Agreements come with risks.
In the second part of the Osaki Documentary, former TVNZ news producer Chris Matthews takes a look at some funny rulings at the Tenancy Tribunal, the impact of the Foxton case, the Government’s proposal and what to expect in 2017.
We’re on our way to breaking the internet. Well not quite, but we have had a huge response from across the country for the Tenancy eBundle.
Former TVNZ news producer Chris Matthews has spoken to some of the most influential voices from the industry to form this two-part documentary series.
December 2016 saw the introduction of our brand new, streamlined online Tenancy Application and Tenancy Agreement and it’s available for all property managers.
Minister Nick Smith has survived the National Party cabinet reshuffle.
Outgoing New Zealand Prime Minister John Key will be remembered for a lot of things but the housing crisis, that some argue he created, may well be one of his lasting legacies.
Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei’s Residential Tenancies (Safe and Secure Rentals) Amendment was voted down by 61 votes to 59 at its first reading in Parliament.
Fixed-term tenancy agreements have surpassed periodic tenancies in popularity for the first time,.
A Christchurch landlord has been recognised as New Zealand’s #LandlordLegend for his good deeds in the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake.
Tenants in Auckland and Wellington are being asked to pay more despite New Zealand’s median weekly rent remaining stagnant.
People who have suffered damage to their home, land or contents from a earthquakes have three months to lodge their claim with the Earthquake Commission.
There is strong growth in the Auckland rental property market compared with this time last year.
Tenancy investigators from a new government team have begun inspecting New Zealand’s rental homes.
A North Shore tenant took punt on a $17,000 meth claim and it didn’t pay off.
INTEREST.CO.NZ – A director of the tenancy services firm Tenancy.co.nz, Scotney Williams, believes the Building and Housing Minister’s proposal has struck the right balance protecting the interests of both landlords and tenants.
tenancy.co.nz’s Scotney Williams spoke to TVNZ’s Breakfast about possible changes for tenants who damage rental properties through carelessness or neglect.
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