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  1. #31

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    Yes, but you need to know how the other side thinks particularly when they make the rules for the game.
    I think you will be out of your depth on this one unless you do your research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post
    Yes, but you need to know how the other side thinks particularly when they make the rules for the game.
    I think you will be out of your depth on this one unless you do your research.
    I wouldn't be taking on a case without doing any research, lawyers are not gods, they are just ordinary people who went to Uni and studied law. Their decisions are always open to appeal if you don't agree. Don't be frightened of them or in awe.

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    If you look at the data(Tribunal determinations) you will find your rights of appeal are quite limited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post
    If you look at the data(Tribunal determinations) you will find your rights of appeal are quite limited.
    Sometimes best not to read too much and actually "do it". I do both and would encourage others to do both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meehole View Post
    Just saw an article in the paper last week whereby a landlord had to repay his tenant $10k because his house did not have a CCC. That is what prompted me to try and find the legislation.
    Far out this seems unfathomable here is the article ,the landlord was ordered to pay back 10k to the tenant even though he had acquired a COA for unauthorized works carried out by a previous owner shortly before the case went to TT:
    https://www.northernstar.com.au/news...t-10k/3219044/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsaneperson View Post
    Far out this seems unfathomable here is the article ,the landlord was ordered to pay back 10k to the tenant even though he had acquired a COA for unauthorized works carried out by a previous owner shortly before the case went to TT:
    https://www.northernstar.com.au/news...t-10k/3219044/
    Even worse the tenant abused the property and sublet the basement .The landlord took the case to the district court but the TT's decision against him to pay back an entire rent of over 10k was still upheld, more on the case here:

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/n...ectid=11915184

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsaneperson View Post
    Far out this seems unfathomable here is the article ,the landlord was ordered to pay back 10k to the tenant even though he had acquired a COA for unauthorized works carried out by a previous owner shortly before the case went to TT:
    https://www.northernstar.com.au/news...t-10k/3219044/
    Before it went to TT but after the lease. The adjudicator mentions that.
    Not saying I agree with the outcome (I don't) but ...

    One of these cases needs to get to a higher court. Osaki issues are well known and supposedly being worked on (the election got in the way) - this Anderson case is just as troubling.

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    [QUOTE=Wayne;424488]Before it went to TT but after the lease. The adjudicator mentions that.
    Not saying I agree with the outcome (I don't) but ...


    This particular case is galling - in summary, landlord Vic Inglis whos ratbag tenant without any authority sublet the basement of the house she was renting from him - it was later found not too have a consent and then all the money for the entire house has been ordered back to the tenant after Vic evicted her for this and rowdy parties. This is a gross injustice, a facebook discussion has been setup:

    https://www.facebook.com/Newlandburl...27335344169626


 

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