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Have a look at this thread, Al. It gives a good
idea of what LLs and PMs are up against at the
TT Kangaroo Kourts.
There's another thread on the generally-related
topic of biased adjudicators,...
Urban Density In All The Wrong Places
Hola, Graeme! I wonder how much has changed
and to what degree, since you were here last?
The RTA s 29 4 (b) specifies bank account matters, despite
what's specified being very out-of-date. (E.g. the RTA says
a bank account must be used. What if it's a Credit Union
account? They are,...
Correct - no problem with that. So long as the matter
as set down in the TT claim is all that is considered.
Incorrect. The hearing is to hear only the matters set out
in the claim lodged with...
. . . and he was really unhappy when the tenent used the palettes for firewood, to keep warm in teh
winter. Asked what the problem was with that, gavin c said there was no fireplace in the house.
As with all such things, all one needs to do
is look at the morals and ethics of those
who are pushing the deal the hardest to
determine how good it will be for whom.
It's ironic how those in...
If I recall correctly from the RTA, adjudicators
must hold a current lawyer's practice certificate.
That they don't adhere to 'legal practice' speaks
volumes, to me.
The most diabolical aspect of that is the blatant bias of the adjudicator in de facto
acting as an advocate for the tenant. Impartial adjudication? Whazzat?
That last item is an egregious...
I see the dilemma. It's unfortunate but it does come across as confirming that
sensationalism is the driver and that facts which show there are more scumbag
tenants than LLs is mind-numbingly...
Christchurch is certainly a wild card. However, I suspect
that the semantics of values vs valuations is irrelevant,
in this situation, where rental income is good and (??)
future prospects are...
But that has nothing to do with valuations per se.
Rather, it has to do with the local economy shrinking,
along with the decline in it being a desirable place
to live. Especially if employment is...
From my perspective, you have it nailed, right there.
The reality is that the valuation (anyone's) should
have no effect on the rental income. Therefore, any
valuer's valuation can fairly be...
What a remarkably rapidly
reformed bad-mouther?! :icon_twisted:
Good, traditional builders were never the best
at English as she is spoke. Didn't stop them
being good builders, though.
At least the picture they nicked showed
the place at its best: unlike them.
Sure is no fun, Glenn. Do you have a nice sign above your
desk* at the office? One that might go something like:
Gone insane - back shortly.
Out of my mind - back...
I have a really odd low-ball QV figure. But as it's a buy-and-hold
I'm not complaining as it keeps the rates down. QV have even
breached copyright by 'stealing' a PM's rental pic off Trademe to...
Was there a intelligent life form to be found at State, who
could explain that goobledegook to your satisfaction? If not,
did you tell 'em why you were going elsewhere?
However, it does look...
Which is why those in the know refer to the outfit as Questionable Value. It's
not even fair to call it an educated guess. More like a property horrorscope.
What is described as the other lesser of option[s]?
Candidly, I see State as the worst option insurer,
based on past experience. (Unless using a broker
as a shield.)
Isn't that what's changing? I.e. that was the way it was.
Now it's sum insured. Get that figure too low and the bite
will be on you to stump up with the shortfall.
Building Consents Stumble After Loan Limits
Could You Retire If You Won $1 Million?
Look at that inflation figure!
$200k in 1980 = $1M in 2013. Ouch.
Safe as houses, anyone?
Household Spending On The Rise