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    You presume correctly.

    You presume correctly.
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    Generally WiFi works out of your Internet...

    Generally WiFi works out of your Internet connection as a distribution - not the source.
    If the house was close enough to a Spark phone box they might get WiFi.

    Wireless broadband (Spark) may be...
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    I anticipated this when I built so signed myself...

    I anticipated this when I built so signed myself up to a ISP who didn't have a lockin contract.
    They got it installed then I cancelled the contract - all before the 1st tenant.
    Cost me something...
  4. Been done by a lot of people producing pokey...

    Been done by a lot of people producing pokey places.
    So long as the bedroom meets size, light and ventilation requirements you'd be good to go.
    Give the new floor plan to the council 'for the...
  5. deemed sale so yes.

    deemed sale so yes.
  6. Often sold or under offer to group building...

    Often sold or under offer to group building companies. They often put options on sections.
    A few years back I was told that if I wanted to persue one of the sections then they would go back to the...
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    A grandchild of a friend is now in hospital with...

    A grandchild of a friend is now in hospital with measles. Too young to be vaccinated. Caught it out somewhere.
    Now some mothers are too afraid to go out....
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    Sticky: Fair comment - the LL cannot reduce the tenants...

    Fair comment - the LL cannot reduce the tenants rights but can reduce their own (or increase their obligations).
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    Fair comment I think. Many of those headlines...

    Fair comment I think.
    Many of those headlines are seen now re Auckland.
    It is only when the tide goes out that you realise your togs are missing.
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    You agree we are heading for a Ireland like...

    You agree we are heading for a Ireland like crash?

    Generally speaking, in NZ we don't have an excess of houses (like Ireland did).
    If prices drop people just won't sell - unless they have to.
    So...
  11. Exactly - I hope people do realise that the...

    Exactly - I hope people do realise that the article is tongue in cheek
  12. Scaremongering - they won't!

    Scaremongering - they won't!
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    not many is my bet - still the best capital...

    not many is my bet - still the best capital making game in town.
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    And that's the conundrum isn't it - theoretically...

    And that's the conundrum isn't it - theoretically needed but practically doesn't do anything as the heat won't go that far.
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    While it is probably too late now it seems like a...

    While it is probably too late now it seems like a bad design to have a kitchen without ventilation like that - the cooking smells could become a nuisance.
    How old are the units? You'd think anything...
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    Amazing really. In direct contravention of the...

    Amazing really. In direct contravention of the Act it seems.
    Doesn't make life easy does it?
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    To get the right answer you need first ask the...

    To get the right answer you need first ask the right question - or more to the point make it clear what the senario is.
    You can add additional electric heaters to 'top-up' but you don't have...
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    If you read the rules that's the direction it is...

    If you read the rules that's the direction it is pushing you.
    Best option for the tenant since they are so much cheaper to run.
    I know if I was living their and owned it that's what I would do.
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    Very circular - if they weren't existing then...

    Very circular - if they weren't existing then they are new then they don't comply as the heating requirement can't be covered by an electric heater (other than Heat Pump) if over 2.4kW.
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    Were the 2.4 and 2 installed before July 2019? If...

    Were the 2.4 and 2 installed before July 2019? If not then at least one is a topup and too big to be so.
    Not for me to OK what you do - I really don't care!
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    All heating has to be fixed. So a plug in heater...

    All heating has to be fixed. So a plug in heater wouldn't be considered as existing.
    2 heaters would imply 2x2.4kw so if you are adding additional topup I don't see how you can do this with it...
  22. I wouldn't say does next to nothing but the...

    I wouldn't say does next to nothing but the certainly failed in what they did.
    But we knew they would, the only ones surprised seem to be them (well Phil and I'd love to know how some of the...
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    4.5kw heater - wow. So short sighted. Is that...

    4.5kw heater - wow. So short sighted.
    Is that even allowed under the rules? I refer to this
  24. I'm sure that's not a handout of $100k per...

    I'm sure that's not a handout of $100k per household, it gets paid back and recycled.
    But surely you knew that?
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    It's a heat pump Spoook, so heat out doesn't mean...

    It's a heat pump Spoook, so heat out doesn't mean power in as crashy says.
    So on your figures probably $20-$30/month tops.
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