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The Government is attempting to deliver on its promise to reform tenancy laws in New Zealand.
Auckland landlord Rinal Kumar has been ordered to pay $24,754.08 by the Tenancy Tribunal for deliberately and knowingly failing to lodge tenancy bonds.
The RTA Amendment Bill has now been passed into law and this is great news for landlords.
The RTA Amendment Bill Number 2 has passed its final reading in Parliament and is now effectively law.
Landlords and tenants are not eligible for grants of up to $2,500 for energy efficient heaters as part of the Government’s Warmer Kiwi Homes programme.
The Property Management Institute of New Zealand is joining tenant advocacy groups in calling for mandatory licensing of landlords
Auckland landlord Widhani (Debbie) Iskandar has been ordered to pay $177,720.56 by the Tenancy Tribunal for deliberately and knowingly failing to lodge tenancy bonds
tenancy.co.nz has met with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner to discuss the privacy guidelines.
The Tenancy Compliance and Investigations team says landlords will not be granted extensions to meet the 2016 insulation requirements.
It’s been a busy week for our industry with the Office of the Privacy Commission releasing new guidelines for what landlords and property managers can ask prospective tenants in tenancy applications.
The new Healthy Homes Standards have been announced but National leader Simon Bridges says they will drive up rents.
Landlords appear to be upgrading properties ahead of a July deadline for mandatory insulation, but not quickly enough to clear a backlog projected by the government.