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I see a difference between utilising a garage and
unsanitary conditions. The former does not pre-
dicate the latter.
Having lived in an over-sized garage for a few
years, to save money, I speak...
Truth be beared, I had something
a little different in mind, actually.
Seems like a good idea, but . . . The flaw is the hidden 'cosy-up' factor.
A sort-of: I'll scratch your back if you'll scratch mine 'ethic.' Although
ethic isn't the right word.
That in itself...
What a shame they didn't go
as far as a garnishee order.
Now that would be something.
Well, I hope no one will Choke on dee Gastronomy Tendered.
Airborne LLs - what next? Or should
that be PI in the sky? :icon_twisted:
I hope the nosh-up goes well, Glenn.
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For an 'affordable home,' what's the ratio
of the land to build price? The article says
they'll be built on Council-owned land. Will
these affordable pads be leasehold, then?
Or will the rates...
I wonder what statutory backing this odd-ball notion might have?
Look at the requirements of the RTA:
Could it be a full defence against a requirement to have (say) handrails to
say that -...
This has come up before, in another thread. The remedy is the same, still.
Somewhat covered by the RTA:
An old quote for long ago, on friendship. Just put 'familyship' in it's place.
Friendship as a result of business is friendship secure.
Business as a result of friendship is friendship in...
Unless it's a debt to the W'gton woodenheads!
Then, all guns are blazing at the defaulter.
Agree with David. Muriel & Co do a great job of providing
in-depth and well-researched info on pertinent matters.
That's produced a body of some 40 to 50,000 (???) well-
How would you reconcile same condition
against fair wear and tear?
That's unlikely to be correct.
However, it may be said that:
"Statutory provisions entitle a property owner
to request the Council to keep all their details
confidential and the owner of the...
Stench de Collarono
Every K9 needs it.
I have a similar problem that was solved by a clause that went something like:
Although not the subject of a CCC, the insured warrants that it's all been done
in a workmanship manner/standard,...
Who should be doing what better? Where did the original poster
describe how the LL had to clean up or sort (whatever?) Carpet
and wallpaper - if not damaged - are subject to fair wear & tear.
The information on the Council Rating database can now
be marked as 'private' if the owner requests it. That was
introduced as companies were using the contact details
to send out lots of...
Jees, they don't get much thicker, do they? The laptop
is a device used to deliver evidence, not the evidence
itself. Post it on YouTube! Morons of the world, unite.
Right. So pictures of the plethora of dog turds wont do?
What about an end-of-tenancy notice? Based on what's
been seen and experienced, so far?
Videos can be played on tablets and laptops, BTW....
Boy! You've got a cheek. Suggesting that Council's say 'no' to constituents.
Especially when that might erode empire-building options for them. How's
this for a headline?
Local Government NZ...
Keys - you must have an unspoken strategy. If the TA
says no pets, then why not issue a 14 day letter, now?
Winston, I wonder what's an "effective hour?" Years ago (technologically speaking)
I was discussing business 'things' with an importer/distributor in Tauranga. That was
around the time that fax...