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    Quote Originally Posted by elguapo View Post
    I wonder where you found that definition?
    My tenant alleged I did that to her when we went to do organised maintenance on the property. My eyes faltered from straight ahead and out of the corner of my eye saw some additional maintenance issues that I asked if they needed attending to. To which the uncle of the 2 children he was looking after agreed they did. 2 children that as it transpired who did not ordinarily reside at the property and were not listed on the tenancy agreement.
    She did not succeed as I investigated thoroughly what loss of quiet enjoyment was and my interpretation was the same as the adjudicator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meehole View Post
    She did not succeed as I investigated thoroughly what loss of quiet enjoyment was and my interpretation was the same as the adjudicator.
    Both you and the adjudicator are wrong, as was the tenant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elguapo View Post
    Both you and the adjudicator are wrong, as was the tenant.
    Oh righto, will bow to your superior knowledge then. TT decision went my way on that matter so that is all I care about.

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    Gezz it's impossible to keep tenanted rentals up to standard. Wouldn't it just be easier to give them notice and then get access to do the bathroom and whatever else needs doing (make the most of the downtime) and then put it back on the market. Or is there a new law against doing this too?

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    Hi Kate,

    I've got a bit of experience in this field and it sounds like your certainly on the right track, you just need to make it clear to the tenants on the following;

    exactly what work is going do be doing by whom, be as detailed as possible

    start and finish times and whether there will be any weekend work done or done over a public holiday

    what disruption the tenants can expect

    spell everything out to the tradespeople so there is no misunderstanding, for example, if decorating is going to be getting done then when they are sanding for their personal effects to be covered so it doesn't get dust on them

    Ensure the trades people tidy up at the end of each day

    If there are any hazards put a hazard board up and have the work area cordoned off

    It sounds basic but the amount of times that the basics don't get followed I've lost count

    Hope that helps
    Fraser Wilkinson
    www.managemyrental.co.nz
    Wellington / Lower Hutt / Upper Hutt / Porirua


 

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