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    I wonder if there is a business opportunity in...

    I wonder if there is a business opportunity in this, for someone?
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    Trust Cur Shonkey? About as far as I could...

    Trust Cur Shonkey?

    About as far as I could throw the beehive.
  3. Thread: Interest Rates

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    Not happening, yet, it seems.

    Not happening, yet, it seems.
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    Socialists Publicly Hail Their Failures As Successes

    It's hard to say just where the worst of the problem is. Perhaps the main thing is that socialists never learn? Or learn too late? Remember the struggle with WINZ and getting the dept. to pay the...
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    Laugh Hysterically or Cry Sadly

    Christchurch councillors in hot water over vigilante action
    6 Aug 2020



    Is there anything to be said?

    https://www.propertytalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1428&d=1596774602
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    Unbridled Ignorance Abounds

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    Morons and econ-o-mists. Hard to spot / tell the difference.
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    Can't Fix Stupids in W'gton

    And the corollary is simple. It's been pointed out to the woodenheads, time after time after time. As private LLs abandon the business of residential rentals, or do what crashy describes, who loses?...
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    Police won't get involved, because the RTA...

    Police won't get involved, because the RTA excludes their 'jurisdiction' from certain residential rental matters, when they are between a LL and tenant.

    Section 82 is hard to see a workaround....
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    There will be a reason of some sort, the 'good'...

    There will be a reason of some sort, the 'good' of which will depend (I suspect) on whether or not one is a tenant or LL.

    The existing / previous RTA does specify that violence towards PMs, LLs,...
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    KiwiBuild Strikes Politberg & Sinks

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    That's cold comfort if the LL's dead or hospitalised and I wonder how?
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    What Have I Missed?

    Let's keep doing this.

    Doing what?

    Window dressing? Yep.

    Misogynistic Muslim solidarity? Yep.

    30,000 affordable homes? Nope.
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    Stuff Item

    Property investors say proposed tenancy law changes 'unworkable and vicious'
    3 Aug 2020
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    This will place Adjudicators in an impossible...

    This will place Adjudicators in an impossible position, if, for instance, a tenant has assaulted a LL, property manager or property owner. Under the present section 55 (c) termination of the tenancy...
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    https://www.propertytalk.com/forum/attachment.php?...

    https://www.propertytalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1380&d=1539390776

    Urgency used to hide unworkable tenancy law changes

    This week, Jacinda Ardern's "kind" government rather...
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    It need not be seen as quite so self-centric. The...

    It need not be seen as quite so self-centric. The ecology of the country's economy is always affected - one way or another - by changes in one place. An example might be the potential closure of the...
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    It is just possible that Labour without the...

    It is just possible that Labour without the watermelon party would be marginally better for LLs.

    Maybe.

    But we have to remember that the definition of electoral stupidity is re-electing the...
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    Some Six Weeks Later . . .

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    Where are things at, now?

    Including the excuses.
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    Perhaps I do? The same as a comment must be...

    Perhaps I do?

    The same as a comment must be deemed / seen as a criticism? (At least by you.)

    My originating post in this thread asked a question.

    It did not make a prediction. Nor do I...
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    The watermelon party's policies on residential...

    The watermelon party's policies on residential renting look like an apocalyptic disaster, to me.
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    There is no such Act in NZ legislation / law,...

    There is no such Act in NZ legislation / law, Winny.

    As sidinz implied, it is called the Consumer Guarantees Act.
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    Interesting but sane way of looking at such...

    Interesting but sane way of looking at such things.
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    Gotta Laugh - Or Cry

    Econ-o-mist-speak

    Gobbledegook or plain BS? You decide.

    New Zealand Institute of Economic Research principal economist Christina Leung says that uncertainty over incomes will weigh on spending...
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    Councils Anyone know if councils could avail...

    Councils
    Anyone know if councils could avail themselves of the wage subsidy payments offered to businesses, during the lock-down?
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    Fairy Tales or What?

    Socialist Cindy and abstract creationism for all.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nw5KQMXDiM4&feature=youtu.be
  25. Dumb & Dumber

    What's your explanation then, of why the assorted crop of 'one-or-two-wires-not-connected' nutters keep strenuously pushing the idea, despite the obvious - as you say?

    Are they all really that...
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